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JOHN S. FINE 
Governor of Pennsylvania 




COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

HARRISBURG 



ics or SICWETABY 



April 1, 1951 



To His Excellency, John S. Fine 
Governor of Pennsylvania 



Sir: 



In compliance with the Act of April lit, 1903, 
I submit herewith the report of the Department of Mines 
for the year ending December 31, 19^0, covering in 
detail the operations in the Anthracite Region of 
Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Riihard Maize, 

Secretary of Mines. 




RICHARD MAIZE 
Secretary of Mines 



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REPORT ON AN EXPLOSION OF GAS 

IN THE 

AVONDALE SHAFT, AVONDALE COLLIERY 

GLEN ALDEN COAL COMPANY 

On October 30, 1950 



MEMBERS OF COMMISSION 

Andrew Wilson 
Mine Inspector, 7th District 

Daniel H. Connelly 
Mine Inspector, 8th District 

John D. Edwards 
Mine Inspector, 13th District 



November 28, 1950 

Honorable Richard Maise 
Secretary of Mines 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Dear Mr. Maise: 

On October 30, 1950, at 12:20 A J!., an explosion of pas occurred 
in Avondale Shaft, Avondale Colliery, Glen Alden Coal Company, Plymouth Town- 
ship, Pennsylvania, causing the death of four workmen. The explosion 
occurred in No. 28 Tunnel, which had been driven from the Red Ash on through 
the Chauncey seam to the Ross seam. The four workmen fatally injured were 
the only persons in the tunnel at the time. Another workman, a road cleaner, 
was on No. $\ West gangway, approximately 200 feet outside of the line of the 
tunnel at the time of the explosion. 

The mine is ventilated by an electrically driven exhaust fan located 
on the surface. The total quantity of air entering the Red Ash seam in this 
section on November 2 was 51,670 cubic feet. This total quantity is divided 
into four splits. Split No. 1 ventilates No. 19 Slope section; Split No. 2 
ventilates No. 220 Road; Split No. 3 ventilates No. 227 Road; and Split No. h 
ventilates No. 28 Tunnel, the scene of the explosion. 

The openings between the intake and return airways on Splits Nos. 1, 
2 and 3 were closed with concrete, stone, or concrete blocks laid in cement. 

Split No. h was established on October 19, 1950. To accomplish 
this, it was necessary to erect four new stoppings, which were constructed 
of boards. 

The air current ventilating No. 28 Tunnel enters the tunnel from 
No. 5i West gangway. A ventilating door is located in the tunnel approxi- 
mately 30 feet outside of the Chauncey seam. Thia door is used to deflect 
the air current behind a plank brattice to the face of the tunnel and thence 
out the tunnel on the return side of the brattice to the Chauncey seam and 
to the U5 degree rock return to the Red Ash seam. The pressure recording 
chart indicated that the fan had been in continuous operation on October 
29, with the exception of two brief intervals of a few seconds each at 9 
A.M. and 1:30 P.M., when the auxiliary power and auxiliary fan were being 
tested. This test is made every Sunday. 

Permissible electric cap lamps are used by all workmen ir this mine 
and all miners are furnished with permissible flame safety lamps. Compressed 
air-driven Jackhammers are usod for drilling purposes in the tunnel. Per- 
missible explosives are used in blastinp coal. 



An electric locomotive, equipped with trolley and reel cable, 
is used in the tunnel for transportation purposes. The reel cable is used 
from a point 80 feet outside of the opening to No. 28 Tunnel in the Red 
Ash seam. Under normal operating conditions the locomotive would not be in 
return air currents when moving in No. 28 Tunnel to the Chauncey seam. 

Property damage was confined to the tunnel and consisted of the 
tearing down of a ventilating door and several lengths of the plank brattice, 
and the dislodging of several sets of cross timbers. 

Rescue and recovery operations were started at once by the assist- 
ant foreman who was in the mine at the time, and shortly after the apparatus 
men entered the section the bodies of the three workmen in the tunnel were 
removed to the surface. 

Our investigation consisted of an examination of the affected sec- 
tion, an examination of the electric locomotive by the electrical inspector, 
interviewing workmen and officials, examination of the legal records for a 
period of three months prior to the explosion, and the conducting of an 
experiment to determine the source of the methane, the cause of the accumu- 
lation and the time required for sufficient gas to accumulate to render the 
atmosphere explosive from the face of the tunnel to a point in the vicinity 
of the Chauncey seam. 

The assistant mine foreman, who made the morning examination of 
No. 28 Tunnel on Sunday, October 29, which was an idle day at the colliery, 
testified that he examined the tunnel workings at approximately 5 A.M. and 
that the face of the tunnel was clear of gas at that time. In his opinion 
the ventilating current in the tunnel and in the three other splits was mov- 
ing normally at the time of his examination. He was positive that the door 
in No. 28 Tunnel was closed during his inspection. The assistant foreman's 
date of inspection was found by us on the under side of a dislodged length 
of brattice. 

The work of driving this tunnel, which has a grade of 5 per cent 
to the rise, from the Red Ash seam to the face, has been under way for a 
considerable period of time. After tapping the Chauncey seam, which is a 
virgin seam in the tunnel area, the tunnel was continued to the Ross seam, 
also virgin, and for twenty additional feet beyond the Ross, where it was 
stopped. The face of the tunnel has not advanced since the early part of 
August 1950. For the purpose of establishing ventilation and to provide 
a second opening, the Chauncey seam was connected with the underlying Red 
Ash seam by a U5° rock hole on October 17, 19!>0. 

On October 18, preparations were started to provide a separate 
split of air for the tunnel, which would make the tunnel haulageway a 
fresh air intake to the door in the tunnel. On the afternoon of October 
18, after the night assistant foreman had inspected and left the tunnel, 
the rock contractor and two workmen, while setting up the drilling machines, 
noticed a "gas cap" on the safety lamp. They were located at the intersec- 
tion of the tunnel and the Chauncey seam, where they were about to start to 
lift bottom rock. The rock contractor and the two rockmen Immediately dis- 
continued work, placed a danger board across the tunnel outside of the 
Chauncey seam, attempted to contact the assistant mine foreman, but were 
unable to do so, and then went to the surface. 

On October 19, the morning assistant foreman, while making an 
examination of the working places prior to the men entering the mine, found 
gas in No. 28 Tunnel out to the Chauncey seam, a distance of l£0 feet. 
This is the only entry in the legal report book between August 3, 1950 and 
October 30, 19$0, the day of the explosion, where the finding of gas has 
been noted in No. 28 Tunnel or in any other place in the Red Ash seam. 

The workmen were not permitted to enter No. 28 Tunnel on October 
19, but were allowed to enter the other sections of the Red Ash seam. The 
gas was removed under the supervision of the day shift assistant foreman, 



although no record was entered in the legal report book by this foreman to 
indicate that the gas was removed. It was on October 19, that the four 
board stoppings were erected in the Red Ash seam to provide the new split 
of air for No. 28 Tunnel. 

After the new split had been established in the tunnel, the rock 
contractor started to lift the bottom rock in the Chauncey seam. On October 
27 the mine foreman visited No. 28 Tunnel workings and while there attempted 
to make arrangements with two rockmen and two company men to work on Saturday 
night, October 28, on the 11 P.M. shift. The two rockmen agreed, but the two 
company men refused. However, the company men stated they would work on 
Sunday, October 29, on the 11 P.M. shift. The mine foreman then told one of 
the company men, McLaughlin, to "come out with the rockmen and look after 
things", and then arranged with the rock contractor to have two men report 
for work on the 11 P.M. shift Sunday night. The same two rockmen worked on 
Saturday afternoon in the tunnel and loaded six cars of rock by hand. 

On Sunday night the four workmen who were to work in the tunnel, to- 
gether with 1$ other workmen, 12 to work in No. 26 Tunnel, Ross seam, mining 
and loading coal, a pumprunner, a road cleaner and an assistant mine foreman, 
entered the mine at 10:30 P.M. "With the exception of the pumprunner and the 
road cleaner, the group of men, after being lowered down the shaft, were 
lowered to the bottom of No. 2 Slops in two man cars. This same group of 
men then walked into the assistant foreman's office. The assistant foreman 
then checked in the workmen from No. 26 Tunnel, Ross seam, while the four 
workmen who were to work in No. 28 Tunnel continued on their way, with the 
exception of the motorraan, Michak, who informed the assistant foreman that 
he was to operate the motor in No. 28 Tunnel. 

The assistant foreman stated that after he checked in the men from 
No. 26 Tunnel, Ross seam, he entered the tunnel workings with them and had 
the men wait at the belt loading point while he, the assistant foreman, made 
an examination of the working places in this seam. He further stated that 
after completing the examination of the working places he returned to the 
belt loading point and instructed the men to enter their working places. 

The assistant foreman then returned to the inside office and in a 
short time the workman who was to load road coal entered the office. After 
a short discussion with the workman it was decided by the workman that he 
would load road coal along $\ West gangway in the vicinity of No. 28 Tunnel. 

There is no record entered in the legal report book that would 
indicate the assistant foreman had examined the working places in the Ross 
seam prior to the entrance of the workmen. However, there is an entry in 
this book that would indicate that he, the assistant foreman, had made an 
examination of the working places while the workmen were at their place of 
work. His testimony relative to his examination of the working places in 
the ross seam prior to the entry of the workmen was contradicted in part 
by several of the workmen. 

The workman who was to load road coal along No. $\ West gangway 
stated that when he arrived at the intersection of $\ West gangway and the 
back branch to No. 28 Tunnel, the section in which the explosion occurred, 
he met with the two company men, namely, McLaughlin and Michak, havinp 
made previous arrangements with the two men as to where he would load the 
road coal, and that the two company men assisted him In branchinp out two 
empty cars from a lower haulageway and also in re-railing one of the empty 
cars. They then told the road cleaner to "get out of the way" so they 
could start work. The road cleaner, with locomotive and two empty cars, 
traveled out 5>i West gangway for a short distance, where he stopped and 
loaded approximately 8 to l n shovelfuls of coal into one of the cars. He 
then re-entered the motor and moved out the panpway to a point approxi- 
mately Li$0 feet from where he had left the two company men, and was about 
to step out of the motor when his hat was blown off by a concussion. 
Considerable dust was raised by the concussion, which the road cleaner 
thought was caused by a blast in the tunnel. This was approximately five 



minutes after he had left the company men. After the dust had subsided, 
the road cleaner started to load loose coal and had loaded approximately 
one-half car, when he heard someone calling. He immediately started in 
No. 5^ nest gangway and met with Michak. Michak asked to be taken out, and 
when questioned as to what had occurred stated: "There has been an 
explosion. The motor lit the gas." Presumably Michak was referring to the 
reel cable locomotive he was operating in the tunnel. 

The road cleaner placed Michak on the locomotive he had been using 
while loading the road coal and brought him out to the inside foreman 1 s 
office. It later developed that Michak had called on the phone, located at 
the foot of the inside plane, after being caught in the explosion, and had 
contacted both the surface and the night shift assistant foreman in the Ross 
seam. 

Michak was taken to the hospital but was never in a condition that 
would permit an interview. He died as a result of his injuries on November 
13, 1950. 

Following the explosion a large body of methane was encountered in 
No. 28 Tunnel and it was not until Thursday, November 2, that we were able 
to go to the face of the tunnel and start with our investigation and experi- 
menting. 

Several of the group engaged in the recovery work were of the opinion 
that a large concrete block wall, in Chamber $5> off the back branch to No. 
28 Tunnel, had been partially destroyed by a fall of top rock prior to the 
explosion, and because of this, the ventilating current had been short- 
circuited from No. 28 Tunnel section. 

This wall, *ich had been rebuilt after the explosion, in order to 
move the body of gas from No. 28 Tunnel, was lli feet high and 28 feet wide. 
We decided to remove a board stopping in another crosscut in order to short- 
circuit the ventilating current from No. 28 Tunnel. The removal of this 
board stopping would have the same effect on the air current as would the 
removal of the wall heretofore described as being partially destroyed. On 
Thursday, November 2, at 11 A.M., prior to the removal of the said board 
stopping, we obtained an air measurement in the return from No. 28 Tunnel, 
which was 6,120 cubic feet per minute. After removing this stopping, we 
obtained an air measurement in the return of 2,880 cubic feet. During this 
experiment, the door in No. 28 Tunnel, used to deflect the air current to 
the face of the tunnel, was closed. A methane reading of .3* or 8.6 cubic 
feet per minute, was obtained in the return. We determined that the gas 
was coming from a high point in the roof of the Ross seam where the seam 
had turned sharply upward. With the board stopping down and the door in 
the tunnel closed, gas did not accumulate in the tunnel. This condition 
was permitted to exist for a period of one hour. The fact that gas did 
not accumulate in the tunnel with this board stopping down and the door 
closed indicated to us that gas would not accumulate if the wall in Chamber 
55 had been partially destroyed and the door closed. 

We then opened the door in the tunnel, which, together with the 
removal of the board stopping, would entirely short-circuit the air 
current from the face of the tunnel. Gas immediately began to accumulate 
at the face of the tunnel and in the vicinity of the Ross seam. 

Over a period of 18 hours the gas accumulated from the face of 
the tunnel to a point, along the roof, 20 feet inside of the Chauncey 
seam, where it remained stationary for six additional hours, when the ex- 
periment was discontinued. It was apparent that with the air current 
traveling in the tunnel to the Chauncey seam and thence to the rock-return, 
further accumulation, if any, would extend over a long period of time. 

There are two other possibilities for the accumulation, namely, a 
sudden outburst of gas from the Ross seam or the destruction by a fall or 
otherwise of one or more of three board stoppings erected in the crosscuts 



between Chambers 5U and 55 off Road 221, Red Ash seam. The destruction of 
one or more of these stoppings woulo allow the ventilating currents off 
221 Road to travel into the same return air course to which No. 28 Tunnel 
is connected. This is a separate return from that through which the air 
would travel if the stopping in the opening in Chamber 55 off the back- 
branch was destroyed. The ventilating door in No. 28 Tunnel could be closed 
on October 29, as is indicated by the testimony of the assistant foreman, and 
still in the event one or more of the board stoppings were destroyed, 28 
Tunnel would be deprived of sufficient air to dilute any gas that might 
accumulate therein. 

If one or more of the board stoppings had been damaged prior to the 
explosion, they were repaired without our knowledge. 

The electric locomotive at the time of the explosion was approxi- 
mately 90 feet outside of the Chauncey seam, as if indicated on the attached 
print. If the electric locomotive operating on reel-cable were the direct 
source of ignition, the gas would have to be at the roof, 370 feet outside 
of the face of the tunnel, or 2U0 feet farther out in the tunnel than we 
were able to find it after our 2h -hour experiment. We do not believe that 
the gas could accumulate to this podnt in any case. 

Another possible source of ignition, as a result of the operation 
of the electric locomotive in the tunnel, could have been arcing at the 
rail joints along the tunnel, which were not bonded, or arcinr between the 
rail and the air line. The inside rail joint was 70 feet back from the 
face of the tunnel and in order that an arc from this rail joint, or from 
a rail to the air line, be looked upon as the source of ignition, the gas 
would have to be in an explosive state along the roof, 216 feet from the 
face of the tunnel, which is at the high point of the Chauncey seam. This 
appears to be the most logical point at which gas would accumulate during 
the period of time between 5 A.M., October 29, and 12:20 A.^., October 30, 
the rate of gas liberation being 8.6 cubic feet per minute. 

On the profile of the attached print we have indicated in red 
the accumulation of gas that would have to be in the tunnel if an arc from 
the rail were the source of ignition, and in brown the additional accumu- 
lation if the electric locomotive were the source of ignition. 

A spent book match and a singed book match cover were found along 
the tunnel. Both of these were some distance outside of the tunnel door, 
as will be noted on the attached print, We do not believe that a flame 
from a match was the source of ig/iition. 

Based upon the testimony of the road cleaner and the position of 
the bodies of the twc rockmen and McLaughlin, we believe that the rockmen 
had entered the tunnel and were sitting along the rib 20 fee' outside the 
tunnel door awaiting arrival of the locomotive to remove th^ rock cars 
which ha<3 been loaded on Saturday afternoon, and tha^, McLaur? Lin was riding 
in the tunnel on the front end of tht loconotive with Mioha? when the gas 
was ignited. 

The tunnel door was dislodgea bv the explosion. A flame safety 
lamp was found under the door on the pavement and we b*»"Mev< that, this 
lamp belonged to the rockmen. Another flame safety lamp was fb'-ind hanging 
on an electri c cable just inside the intersect! on of No. 5* West gangway 
and the back branch to No. 26 Tunnel. This 1? a considerable distance ' 
from the scene of the ignition. The lamp found under the ventilating door 
was tested and found to be in good condition. 

Based upon the testimony of the road cleaner and th. night shift 
assistant foreman, we fix the time of the explosion as of 12: ?0 A.M. on 
October 30. This time was determined as follows: 

Time workmen went down shaft: 10 ■ 10 P.M. 

Time workmen descended inside slope: 10:15 P.M. 

Time workmen arrived at foot of slope: 10: hi P.M. 



Time workmen arrived at Caswell's office: 10:55 P.M. 

Time four workmen traveling to No. 28 Tunnel 

arrived at branch foot inside plane: 11:20 P.M. 

Time Zionce and pumprunner went down slope: 11:15 P.M. 

Time Zionce and pumprunner arrived at 

foot of slope: 11.27 P.M. 

Time Zionce arrived at Caswell's office: 11:35 P.M. 

Time Zionce arrived at branch at foot of 

inside plane: 12:00 Midnight 

Time Zionce and two company men (McLaughlin 

and Michak) were branching and rerailing 

empty cars: 12:15 A.M. 

Time Zionce arrived at location where hat 

was blown off by concussion from explosion: 12:20 A.M. 

Time of explosion: 12:20 A.M. 

From the testimony given by the mine foreman, it was learned that 
he had asked McLaughlin on Friday, October 27, to come out on Sunday night, 
October 29, on the 11 P.M. shift, to look after things in the tunnel. He 
was to assist in moving the rock loader from the branch into the tunnel and 
show the rockmen how to operate the rock loader. McLaughlin did not possess 
either a mine for«man's or an assistant mine foreman's certificate, nor was 
he ever employed as a mine foreman or an assistant mine foreman. The facts 
and the testimony indicate that McLaughlin's first visit to the tunnel on 
the night of the explosion was as heretofore described, namely, that he and 
the motorman, aboard the locomotive, entered the tunnel at about 12:20 A.M. 

The mine foreman declared that he has the rieht in law to select 
any workman who, in his opinion, is competent and to assign to such person 
the job of performing the legal duties imposed upon the assistant mine foreman. 
If this were true - fortunately it is not - the foreman could select any miner, 
or all of the miners, when about to enter a mine at the beginning of a shift, 
to perform such legal duties as are imposed on the foreman or his assistant, 
thus eliminating the need for the employment of an assistant foreman. 

The law imposing upon the mine foreman or his assistant the duty to 
make a careful examination every morning of all working places within three 
hours at most before time for commencing work is the most important mine 
safety measure in the statute books of the Commonwealth, and has been in 
force for more than sixty years. 

During all of our years of experience, this is the first time that 
we have encountered a practice such as heretofore described, a practice 
which has no support in law and is contrary to the intent and purpose of 
the Legislature. 

The law strictly and clearly provides that sections of a mine, 
such as the ill-fated section in question, shall be examined by the mine 
foreman or the assistant mine foreman within three hours prior to the 
entrance of workmen. In this case no such examination was made. Had 
McLaughlin made the examination, it would still not be recognized in law 
as a legal examination, because McLaughlin was neither a mine foreman nor 
an assistant mine foreman. This title was never assigned to him by his 
employer. He was merely an ordinary worker, his occupation being that of 
a company laborer. In the midst of all this, an assistant mine foreman 
was available in the mine. He could have examined the section in which 
the explosion occurred prior to the entrance of the workmen in a matter 
of about U5 minutes. 

The assistant mine foreman in question, who was in charpe of the 
mine on the night of the sxplosi on, declared that he had not been in- 
formed by anyone that men were to work in No. 28 Tunnel, but. there is no 
denying the fact that this knowledge did come to him at 10:30 P.M. on the 
night of the explosion, nearly two hours prior to its occurrence, when 



the men who were fatally injured reported for work. Notwithstanding this 
knowledge, and knowing that the section of the mine in which these men 
expected to work was not examined by a mine foreman or an assistant mine 
foreman, he did nothing to prevent their entering. This assistant fore- 
man, in his testimony, assumed the attitude that he was in charge only of 
the few men engaged in two working places in No. 26 Tunnel, Ross seam. 

The colliery superintendent testified that he had not been in- 
formed by anyone that men were to work in No. 26 Tunnel on the 11 P.M. shift. 

Rule 5 of Article 12 of the Anthracite Mining Laws provides as 
f ollow8 : 

"In mines generating explosive gases, the mine foreman or his 
assistant shall make a careful examination every morning of 
all working places and traveling roads and all other places 
which might endanger the safety of the workmen, before the 
workmen shall enter the mine, and such examination shall be 
made with a safety lamp within three (3) hours at most, be- 
fore time for commencing work, and a workman shall not enter 
the mine or his working place until the said mine or part 
thereof and working place are reported to be safe. Every 
report shall be recorded without delay in a book which shall 
be kept at the colliery for the purpose and shall be signed 
by the person making the examination." 

No. 28 Tunnel had not been examined by a mine foreman or assist- 
ant mine foreman since $ A.M. on October 29, 1950. The explosion occurred 
19 hours and 20 minutes following this examination. 

Rule 7 of Article 12 reads as follows: 

"A station or stations shall be established at the entrance 
to each mine or different parts of each mine, as the case 
may require, and a workman shall not pass beyond any such 
station until the mine or part of the mine beyond the same 
has been inspected and reported to be safe. It shall be 
the duty of the fire boss to remain at the danger station 
until relieved by some person, authorized by himself or 
the mine foreman, who shall stand guard until said mine or 
part of mine shall be reported safe, and he shall not let 
any person pass without permission from the fire boss." 

The night shift assistant mine foreman in charge of the 11 P.M. 
shift allowed the four workmen who were fatally injured to pass his 
station and enter No. 26 Tunnel with the knowledge that this part of the 
mine had not been examined and declared to be safe. 

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 

1. Permissible flame safety lamps and electric cap lamps 
are used in the mine. 

2. Compressed air-driven jackhammers are used for drill- 
ing purposes. 

3. Permissible powder is used for blasting coal. 

h. An open-type lectri c trolley and trailing cable loco- 
motive was used in the tunnel, and under normal operat- 
ing conditions would operate in intake air. 

5. The four workmen employed in No. 26 Tunnel on the 

night of the explosion were not held at the "station" 
legally established in the mine until No. 28 Tunnel 
had been inspected and reported to be safe. 



6. The last examination by an assistant foreman in No. 
28 Tunnel was at 5 A.M. October 29, 19i hours prior 
to the explosion. 

7 . No examination had been made by a mine foreman or an 
assistant mine foreman with a flame safety lamp, within 
three (3) hours at most, before the four workmen 
entered No. 28 Tunnel. 

8. A workman employed as a company miner and at times as 
a company laborer was told by the mine foreman to look 
after things in a tunnel that had not previously been 
examined by a mine foreman or an assistant mine foreman. 

9. A report of an examination, prior to the entrance of the 
workmen in No. 26 Tunnel, Ross seam workings, was not 
recorded in the legal report book. 

10. The tracks in No. 28 Tunnel were not bonded. 

11. The electric locomotive was in operation, traveling 
in No. 28 Tunnel at the time of the explosion. 

12. The source of the ignition was an electric arc, either 
from the locomotive or from the track joints in the 
tunnel , 

13. The amount of methane being given off, 6.6 cubic feet 
per minute, was such that it would require a long 
period of time for the gas to accumulat e in the tunnel 
from the face back to the Chauncey seam, a distance of 
150 feet. 

OONCITTSIONS 

i. Rule 7 of Article 12 of the Anthracite Mininp; Laws of Penn- 
sylvania was violated by the assistant mine foreman employed 
on the 11 P. M. shift October 29, when he allowed the four 
fatally injured workmen, employed in No. 28 Tunnel, to pass 
beyond the station established in the mine, before the 
section of the mine had been inspected by an assistant- 
mine foreman and reported to b*> safe. 

2. Rule b of Article 12 of the Anthracite Mining Laws was 
violated by the nine foreman in charge of this mine when 
he failed to examine or to have examined, by an assistant 
mine foreman, the workings in No. 28 Tunnel, within three 
hours prior tc the entrance of the four workmen. 

recommendations: 

To prevent accidents of this nature in the future, the following 
extracts of the Anthracite Mining Laws should be rigidly enforced: 

1. In mines generating explosive gases, an examination 
should be made by the mine foreman or his assistant 
with a flame safety lamp, within three (3) hours at 
most, prior to the entrance of the workmen into the mine. 

2. Workmen should not be allowed to pass danger stations, 
established as required by law, until the mine or portion 
of the mine beyond the same has been inspected and re- 
ported to be safe. 

3. The reports of examinations made by the mine foreman and 
the assistant mine foreman should be promptly recorded 




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in the legally established report book. 

U. Crosscuts connecting the main inlet and outlet air 

passages should be closed with brick or other suitable 
building material, laid in mortar or cement. 

While conducting our investigation and during the interrogation 
of the local colliery officials and workmen, which required several days, 
two officials of the coal company and three Federal Coal Mine Inspectors 
were present. 

Attached hereto you will find a print showing detailed plan of 
tunnel and profile, on a scale of 20 feet to the inch, together with a map 
of the Red Ash seam, on a scale of liOO feet to the inch. 



Tours very truly, 



(Signed) Andrew Wilson 

Mine Inspector, 7th District 

(Signed) Daniel H. Connelly 

Mine Inspector, 8th District 

(Signed) John D. Edwards 

Mine Inspector, 13th District 







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Total Production of Coal, Production from Strippings & Washeries, 
Employes, Fatalities, Etc. 

1870 - 1950 



Total Washery Stripping 
production production production 
(net tons) (net tons)* (net tons)* 









Fatal- 








Produc- 


ities Number 






tion 


per 


of 




Fatal- 


per 


million : 


Inspect- 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


ors 





# 


# 


# 


# 


35,600 


211 


67,166 


1U.89 


5 


37,1*88 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


l*l*,7l*5 


223 


69,811 


11*. 32 


5 


1*8,199 


261* 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


53,1*02 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


70,1*7!* 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


66,81*2 


191* 


127,1*60 


7.85 


6 


63,961* 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


68,81*7 


262 


118,) 4 60 


8.1*1* 


6 


73,373 


202 


138,1*88 


7.22 


6 


76,031 


273 


125,281* 


7.98 


7 


82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.1*1 


6 


91,1*21 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


101,073 


332 


109,81*6 


9.10 


6 


100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


103,01*1* 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


106,517 


316 


133,1*06 


7.50 


7 


122,218 


361 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


119,61*6 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


119,919 


378 


119,011 


8.1*0 


7 


123,308 


U28 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


130,300 


1*18 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


138,069 


1*56 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


139,939 


1*1*6 


111*, 276 


8.75 


8 


11*3,705 


1*21 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


11*9,557 


1*23 


121*, 305 


8.01* 


8 


11*2,1*20 


1*11 


129,1*98 


7.78 


8 


il*o,6ol* 


1*61 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


11*3, 821* 


Ull 


13S570 


7.16 


8 


117,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


11*8,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


151,827 


518 


11*5,237 


6.89 


15 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


168,251* 


61*1* 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


166,175 


557 


129,511* 


7.72 


19 


168,771* 


708 


121,51*9 


8.23 


20 


171*, 503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


171,195 


567 


11*1,1*88 


7.07 


20 


168,175 


601 


139,21*1 


7.18 


20 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


175,098 


601 


11*0,1*77 


7.12 


21 


175,310 


621* 


11*6,838 


6.81 


21 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.1*1* 


25 


156,1U8 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


11*8,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.21* 


25 


11*9,117 


1*90 


182,931 


5.1*7 


25 


161,926 


51*6 


165,1*92 


6.0)4 


25 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


158,76U 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


162,503 


h96 


175,963 


5.68 


22 



1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1871* 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1881* 
1885 
1886 
1887 



1890 

im 

1892 
1893 
1891* 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1901* 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1911* 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1920 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1921* 



11*, 172,001* 
15,532,252 
15,567,973 
21,001,521 
19,930,21*0 
23,1*02,61*6 
23,1*1*0,666 
21*, 727, 213 
20,900,966 
31,036,600 
27,97l*,532 
31*, 202, 558 
35,057,1*30 
37,71*7,369 
36,1*68,738 
38,232,155 
38,950,932 
1*2,156,300 
1*6,635,037 
1*3,650,768 
1*1*, 986,286 
1*9,701,322 
51,226,978 
52,81*1,110 
50,966,920 
56,91*8,756 
53,81*3,250 
52,581,036 
52,812,675 
60,518,331 
57,363,396 
67,091*, 665 
1*1,31*0,935 
75,232,585 
73,59l*,369 
78,61*7,020 
72,139,510 
86,056,1*12 
83,51*3,21*3 
80,223,833 
83,683,991* 
90,917,176 
81*, 1*26,869 
91,626,961* 
91,189,61*1 
89,377,706 
87,680,198 
100,1*1*5,299 
99,1*1*5,791* 
87,838,021* 
89,636,036 
90,358,61*2 
53,910,201 
92,653,61*1 
87,277,1*1*9 



386,960 
686, 53U 
527,809 
732,71*3 
697,759 
1,055,1*26 
1,818,170 
2,009,861* 
2,965,792 
1*, 119, 258 
3,1*1*0,1*20 
3,897,688 
1*,880,1*02 
5,630,169 
1*, 635,923 
5,206,562 
5,1*12,167 
1*, 555,1*57 
1*, 317,161 
2,931*, 157 
2,702,537 
3,1*18,1*27 
1*, 1*32, 606 
6,1*08,277 
7,21*6,1*51* 
3,616,675 
5,1*35,697 
1,81*2,096 
2,525,1*02 
1*, 212,001 
1,11*1,796 






Total Production of Coal, Production from Strippings & Tfasheries, 

Etaployes, Fatalities, Etc. 

1670 - 1950 



Year 



Total Washery Stripping 

production production production 
(net tons) (net tons)* (net tens)* 









Fatal- 








Produc- 


ities 


Number 






tion 


per 


of 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


inspect- 


inployes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


ors 


163,825 


l|01 


152,953 


6.5U 


18 


166,731* 


\xSS 


18U,3U0 


5.1*2 


18 


167,61*8 


1*9? 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


160,721 


IiU7 


166, 78h 


6.00 


25 


153,1*22 


1*83 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


151,171 


1*1*1* 


15U,902 


6.1*6 


25 


138, U00 


381 


153,91x6 


6.50 


25 


119, U80 


2U3 


203,710 


U.91 


21 


102,1*69 


232 


213,395 


u.6c 


23 


106,251 


260 


2l6,Ja56 


U.58 


19 


100,539 


267 


192,356 


5.20 


17 


99,701* 


21*1 


225,162 


1*.1*1* 


16 


99,117 


212 


21*3,869 


U.io 


22 


96,996 


223 


207, 1*67 


a. 82 


20 


93,352 


210 


21*1*, 761 


U.09 


21 


90,790 


182 


263,11? 


3.53 


23 


68,8U9 


169 


285, hoe 


3.50 


22 


83,707 


225 


257 , 50^ 


3.86 


22 


79,369 


216 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


78,11*5 


171 


371,927 


2.67 


21* 


76,265 


137 


1*06,036 


2.1*5 


23 


80,556 


169 


366,738 




2U 


80,730 


165 


352.69" 


2.63 


2U 


80,390 


131 


U5l,212 


2.22 


It 


79,209 

75,231 


92 


U85,98C 


2.06 


26 


86 


536,82° 


1.86 


25 



1925 
1926 
1927 

1926 
1929 
1930 
1931 
1932 
1933 
1931* 
1935 
1936 
1937 
1936 
1939 
1910 
191*1 
19l*2 
•19li3~ 
191*1* 
1915 
191*6 
191*7 
191*6 
191*9 
1950 



6l,33U,lu5 
83,871*, 500 
79,367,151 
71*, 552, 312 
72,985,81*1* 
68,776,559 
59,115,387 
1*9,501,511 
1*9,507,577 
56,796,951 
51,359,111 
51*,26U,Ol6 
51,700,296 
1*6, 269, 511 
51,399,707 
51,526,151 
53,91*2,177 
-517,939,629 
60,511,730 
61,112. 56o 
55,901,235 
61,976, 71C 
56,227,985 
59,106,810 
1*1*, 710, 116 
1*6,339,255 



89U,167 
1,365,175 
1,81*1,1*1*0 
1,611*, 863 
876,599 
890,389 
1,1*68,572 
1,062,85? 
2,090,996 
1,516,393 
1,876,700 
1,1*11,986 
1,882,026 
2,031,1*32 
2,31*7,269 
2,599,280 
3,669,536 
h, 01*5, 970 
7,715,860 
10,527,1*81 
9,1*5U,205 
9, 211*, 676 
7,076,796 
6,735,688 
l*,623,li*l* 
l*,027,21*o 



3,51*5,91*8 
h, 306, 811 
1*, 1*61,891* 
1*, 962, 511* 
3,757,678 
5, Oil*, 052 
5,080,31*1* 
5,306,01*9 
6,010,361* 
7,855,91*5 
9,657,307 
8,686,896 
10,925,619 
10,521,171 
12,912,992 
12,691,362 
13, he- 
ll, 081, 087 
12,291,325 



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Operator 



Production 


Operator 


Production 


5,885,036 


Locust Valley Coal Co. 


99,138 




Kingston Mining Corp. 


96,379 


5,209,130 


Alpec Coal Co. 


95,1*33 


3,837,867 


Bellevue Coal Co. 


9U,306 


3,696,618 


Centralia Mining Co. 


93,930 


2,U70,208 


Duryea Anthracite Co. 


93,550 


2,066,796 * 


Village Slope Coal Co. 


89,991 




Morris Ridge Coal Co. 


89,760 


2,017,811 


Penna Coal Co. 


89,071 


1,561,606 


Lackawanna Mng. & Constr. Co. 


88,076 


938,71*8 


Capitol Coal Co. 


88,001* 


821,639 


Joliett Coal Co. 


87,780 


811 , 627 


Hydrotated Anth. Fuel Co. 


87,771 


614,607 


Cdllizzi Coal Co. 


86,1*1*6 


565,629 


Rosini Coal Co. 


8U, 359 


55U,683 


Silver Brook Coal Co. 


82,61*6 


1*69,336 


Indian Run Coal Co. 


81,630 


U5U,5U9 


Sickler Estate 


79,317 


376,852 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


77,336 


356,31*1* 


T. & T. Construction Co. 


76,921* 


356, 0U5 


Lytle Concentrated Coal Co. 


71*, 918 


326, U26 


Trader Horn Coal Co. 


70,91*0 


310,965 


Russell Coal Co. 


70,916 


296,099 


Pranchdale Coal Co. 


68,888 


282, 11*0 


Cranberry Mining Co. 


68,551* 


257,305 


Atkins Coal Co. 


65,767 


231*, 195 


Sandy Run Miners & Producers 


65,11*8 


222,786 


D. & Z. Coal Co. 


63,559 


218,529 


Perry Construction Co. 


61,992 


21U,158 


West Exeter Coal Co. 


60,885 


211,265 


West Slope Coal Corp. 


59,926 


208,086 


Hinchey 4 McGinley 


58,723 


188,993 


Capone Coal Co. 


58,622 


186,750 


Gateway Coal Co. 


58,1*05 


175,930 


Malt by Coal Co. 


57,207 


166,766 


Jos. Eanks Construction Co. 


55,01*0 


166,102 


Kurchock Stripping Co. 


51*, 1*38 


152,133 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


51*, 238 


11*9,895 


Capparell Contracting Co. 


52,71*7 


1143,521 


Turnpike Coal Co. 


52,268 


11*2,2*91* 


Gillen Coal Co. 


52,056 


114,919 


J. E. Schumacher 4 Son 


51,329 


11*0,195 


Diminick Coal Sales Co. 


1*9,231* 


139,710 


Luzerne County Gas & Elec. Co, 


1*8,776 


133,878 


Bridy, Inc. 


1*8,623 


133,032 


Williams Stripping Co. 


1*8,51*5 


130,532 


J. P. Keiser t Son 


1*8,522 


130,2*95 


Perm Anthracite Co. 


1*7,738 


123,81x9 


Gowen Coal Co. 


1*6,697 


123,550 


Courtdale Coal Co. 


1*5,553 


123, 30U 


Motley Coal Co. 


U*,l*26 


120,1*61 


Pringle Coal Co. 


1*3,832 


117 , 1 ' 


Lower Repion <,oal Co. 


1*3,614 


110,317 


Throop Mining Co. 


1*3,116 


107,791* 


Lawrence Tropp 


1*2,1*90 


106,816 


Pioneer Construction Co. 


1*2,303 


L05,775 


Conlon Coal Co. 


1*2,276 


10j,o26 


Fisher Coal Co. 


14,737 


102,715 


Jackson Coal Co. 


14,51*2 


101,752 


Jos. ?. f?ando 


1*0,891* 


101,506 


Martinez <* Hroderick 


1*0,317 


°9,235 


Broad Mountain Fuel Corp. 


UO,088 


99,11*9 


Michaels Coal Co. 


1*0,075 



Glen Alden Coal Co. 
Philadelphia & Reading 
Coal & Iron Co. 
Hudson Coal Co* 
Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 
Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 
Stevens Coal Co. 
Susquehanna Collieries Div. 
M. A. Hanna Co. 
Moffat Coal Co. Interests 
Number Nine Coal Co. 
Locust Coal Co. 
Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 
St. Clair Coal Co. 
Pennsylvania Coal Co. 
Kehoe-Berge Coal Co. 
Hammond Coal Co. 
Raven Run Coal Co. 
Harry E. Coal Co. 
Hazle Brook Coal Co. 
Knox Coal Co. 
Repplier Coal Co. 
Gilberton Coal Co. 
Huss Contracting Co. 
Phoenix Contracting Co. 
Newport Excavating Co. 
Buck Run Colliery Co. 
Indian Head Coal Co. 
Lattimer Coal Corp. 
Mountain Top Coal Co. 
Mammoth Coal Co. 
Payne Coal Co. 
Northwest Coal Co. 
Number Fourteen Coal Co. 
DeAngelis Coal Co. 
Steam Coals, Inc. 
Heidelberg Coal Co. 
Middle Eastern Coal Co. 
Peca Coal Co. 
Carbonizing Coal Co. 
John Booth, Inc. 
Markson Coal Co. 
Swatara Coal Co. 
Reading Briquet Co. 
Gasparini Coal Mining Co. 
Natalie Coal Corp. 
Pompey Coal Co. 
Morea Mining Co. 
Nay Aug Coal Co. 
Phoenix Coal Co. 
Cull en Coal Co. 
Kohinoor Coal Co. 
Rhonda Coal Co. 
Burke Coal Co. 
Colitz Coal Co. 
Plains-Hilldale Coal Co. 
Pioneer City Coal Co. 
Diamond Coal Co. 
L. K. Coal Co. 
Jonathan Coal Mining Co. 
Eagle Hill Coal Co. 
Sussex Coal Co. 
Dewees Coal Co. 



Operators Producing 10,000 or More Tons, 
In Order of Their Production 



Operator 


Production 


Seltzer Coal Co. 


39,61x8 


Bird Mining Co. 


38,860 


Haven Coal & Supply Co. 


38,563 


West Side Coal Co. 


37,987 


Pine Ridge Mining Co. 


37,h78 


Logan Creefc Construction Co, 


35,126 


Foieri ft Louis Coal Co. 


35,356 


K. M. F. Coal Service 


31,2^8 


P. & J. Coal Co. 


33,162 


Stanley Coal Co., Inc. 


32,626 


K. £ D. Coal Co. 


32,1x22 


Swift Coal Co. 


32,380 


Plcskcnka Coal Co. 


31,1x60 


Simpson Coal Co. 


31,252 


Oenelow Coal Co. 


31,0^7 


Gravity Coal Co. 


30,600 


Valley View Coal Co. 


30.0U0 


Sarf Coal Co. 


30,036 


Malho Coal Co. 


29,71*9 


Coal Rain Coal Co. 


29,1x76 


Norvidas & PaLko 


29,305 


Lohb Coal Co. 


28,523 


Irvin Morgan 


28,212 


Penae Coal Co. 


28,200 


Waddell Coal Co. 


28,173 


Herman Hauling Co. 


27,638 


C. M. Otto & Sons 


27,uOU 


North Mahanoy Coal Co. 


27,11x3 


Maffei Coal Co. 


26,560 


Rizzardi Coal Co. 


26,125 


Eddie ft Joe Coal Co. 


25,601 


Sanchez Construction Co. 


25,533 


Peter Laychock 


25,172 


Reidinger Coal Service 


25,286 


Snyder Coal Co. 


25,213 


Linde & Son 


25,185 


Bernice White Ash Coal Co. 


2U,813 


Harris & Walsh 


23,806 


Tolerico Coal Co. 


23,292 


Jac Coal Co. 


22,811: 


Oontarchick Coal Co. 


22,750 


Florine Coal Co. 


22,199 


Leon Kocher 


22,061 


Icaksymik & Co. 


21,921* 


Winton Coal Co. 


21.7U1 


Sunshine Coal Co, 


21,656 


Tarrone Coal Co. 


21,261 


Keyser Valley Coal Co. 


21,115 


Mazzoni Coal Co. 


20,016 


Boslego Coal Co. 


19,?20 


Renninger Coal Co. 


19, 8 ^ 


Jenkins Coal Co. 


19,^5 


Nayduck Coal Co. 


19,323 


Red Oak Coal Co. 


19,0Ph 


S. ft Y. Stripping Co. 


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Reuben Hentz & Co. 


I8,li63 


Sobleskie Coal Co. 


18,3^0 


Gaylord Coal Co. 


18,182 


Tamaqua Coal Pockets 


17,h°5 


Oak Coal Yard 


17,1x18 


Beckville Coal Co. 


16,978 


Botscheller Coal Co. 


16,913 


Mine Hill Coal Co. 


16,630 


Tunnel Coal Co. 


15,6ii5 



Operator 


Production 


Steven Cutler 


15,632 


Maurer Coel Sales Co. 


15,510 


Francis Deaven 


15,199 


Dancott Coal Co. 


15,U56 


Skytop Coal Co. 


l5,Uil 


Larks ville Coal Co. 


15,253 


Luther Lengle 


15,21U 


Dial Rock Coal Co. 


U,922 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


llx,lx58 


Ace Coal Co. 


11,371 


Altamont Coal Co. 


llx,311x 


United Stripping Co. 


1U,257 


Ray Zimmerman 


13,79lx 


Meadows ide Coal Co. 


13,561 


Johnson Coal Sales Co. 


13,1x22 


Oravinp Coal Co. 


13,095 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


12,71x5 


Hoover Coal Mining Co. 


12,725 


fXizior Coal Co. 


12,527 


Noakes & Co. 


12,U3lx 


L. C. Coal Co. 


12,172 


Mountain Slope Coal Co. 


12,11x8 


Rhoads Contracting Co. 


12,021* 


Orcnard Coal Co. 


11,739 


Mardone Coal Co. 


11 , 710 


Ferley ^ Tretter 


11,550 


Putter Tub Coal Co. 


11,535 


Stefaro ft Co. 


11,1x69 


Mallio Coal Co. 


11,357 


Herb ft Reed 


11,306 


C. ft 0. Coal Co. 


11,218 


Prehony ft Co. 


11,177 


D. & D. Coal Co. 


11,01*6 


Venture Coal Co. 


io,755 


Latsha Coal Co. 


10,653 


High Test Coal Co. 


10,632 


Level Coal Co. 


10,621 


Marlln Lehman 


10,355 


Plaschak & Co. 


10,31x3 


Harban Coal & Contracting Co. 10,325 


Sherman Mountain Coal Co. 


10,153 


Lucas Coal Co. 


10,133 


B. '. ?.'. Coal Co. 


10,122 


McHale *< Santor 


10,071* 


Rock Ridge Ccal Cc. 


10,037 



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CM 

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iH 


CO 
rH 


rH 
CM 


cs. 


3 


rH 
* 


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XA 


c«- 


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XA 


1A 
CM 

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ss 


f- 

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a 


CM 


O 
CM 


a 


CM 


^ 


CM 


co 


rH 


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O 
rH 


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a 


CS. 
CM 


MO 


3 


rH 


^ 


sO 


o 


o 


rH 


rA 

-3 


o 


3 


rH 


8 


sO 

CM 


sO 
rH 


rH 


rH 


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CM 


1A 


CM 
rH 


SO 




CO 


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rrs. 

CM 


3 


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CO 


rH 
CM 


rH 


o 


o 

rH 


sO 


sO 


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SO 


csj 

CM 


6j 


oo 


rH 


3 


rH 
CM 




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rH 


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CO 

r- 

rH 


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o. 


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IS 



Accidents in Which Five or Mere Persons Were Killed, 18U7 - 1950 









Location 






Number 


Year 


Date 


Colliery 


of colliery 


Cause of accident 




killed 


18U7 


Feb. 


Spencer 


Pottsville 


Explosion of eas 




7 


1869 


Sept. 6 


Avondale 


Plymouth 


Mine fire 




110 


1870 


Mar. 22 


Potts 


Locust Dale 


Boiler Explosion 




5 




Aug. 10 


Heins & Glassraire 


Middlenort 


Cage fell down shaft 




9 




Aug. 29 


Preston *3 


Girard ville 


Car fell down slope 




7 


1871 


May 27 


West Pittston 


West Pittston 


Suffocated by smoke 
bumine breaker 


frora 


20 




Oct. 2 


Otto Red Ash 


Branch Dale 


Explosion of gas 




< 


1873 


June 10 


Henry Clay 


ShaTokin 


" " " 




10 


1677 


May 9 


Tadesville 


.Vades ville 


" ■ ■ 




7 


1876 


Jan. 15 


Potts 


Locust Dale 


11 tt n 




5 


1879 


May 6 


Audenried 


Audenried 


" » " 




6 




Nov. 2 


Mill Creek 


Mill Creek 


1 H 11 




5 


i860 


May 3 


Lykens Valley 


Shamokin 


" ■ ■ 




5 


1662 


May 2U 


Kohinoor 


Shenandoah 


■ MM 




5 


18 8U 


Aug. 21 


Buck Ridge 


Shamokin 


Mine fire 




7 


1685 


Apr. 6 


Cuyler 


Raven Run 


Fall of roof 




1C 




Aug. 11 


West End 


Mocanaqua 


Suffocated by gas from 












boiler fire 




10 




Oct. 21 


Plymouth 02 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 




6 




Dec. 18 


Nanticoke #1 


Nanticoke 


Inrush of quicksand 




26 


1886 


Aug. 30 


Fair Lawn 


Scran ton 


Explosion of gas 




6 




Sept. 13 


Marvine 


Scranton 


Suffocated by gas 




8 




Nov. 26 


Conynghara 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 




12 


1887 


Apr. 27 


Tunnel 


Ashland 


Suffocated by gas 




5 




Oct. 1 


Bast 


Bip Mine Run 


Explosion of gas 




5 


1889 


May 9 


Kaska, William 


Middleport 


Car fell on cage in 


shaft 


10 


1890 


Feb. 1 


Nottingham 


Plymouth 


Exolosion of gas 




8 




Mar. 3 


S.Wilkes-Parre 93 


Wilkes-Parre 


it 11 11 




8 




Apr. 2 


Susquehanna *U 


i coke 


n 11 ■ 




5 




May 15 


Jersey #8 


Ashley 


11 - .1 




26 


1891 


Feb. h 


Spring ytn. <L 


Jeanes ville 


"rowned - water frora 
workings 


old 


13 




Oct. 23 


Richardson 


Glen Carbon 


Suffocated by gas 




7 




Nov. 8 


Susquehanna §1 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of ras 




12 


1692 


Apr. 20 


Lytle 


Miners ville 


Drowned - water from 
workings 


1 old 


10 




July 23 


York Farm 


Pottsville 


Explosion of gas 




15 


1893 


Apr. 1 


Neilson 


Shamokin 


Mine fire 




10 




June 22 


Susquehanna ^1 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 




5 




Sept. 21 


Lance #11 


Plymouth 


•1 11 n 




6 


189U 


Feb. 13 


Gaylord 


Plymouth 


Fall of roof 




13 




July 17 


East Sugar Loaf 


Stockton 


Explosion of powder 
dynamite 


and 


8 




Oct. 8 


Luke Fidler 


Shamokin 


Mine fire 




5 




Oct. 11 


Henry Clay 


Shamokin 


Boiler explosion 




6 


1895 


Feb. 18 


West Bear Ridge 


Mahanoy Plane 


Explosion of gas 




5 




Oct. 7 


Dor ranee 


Wilkes-Parre 


ti 11 n 




7 


1896 


June 28 


Twin 


Pittston 


Fall of roof 




58 




Oct. 29 


S. Wilkes-Barre #3 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 




6 


1897 


Jan. 13 


Wades ville 


Wadesville 


Crosshead fell down 


shaft 


5 




Sept. 28 


Jerrayn #1 


Rendham 


Mine fire 




5 




Oct. 30 


Von Storch 


Scranton 


Mine fire 




6 


1898 


May 26 


Kaska, William 


Middleport 


Drowned - water frorr 
workings 


1 eld 


6 




Oct. 1 


Mid vale 


Wilkes-Parre 


Mine fire 




5 




Nov. 5 


Exeter 


.'.'est Pittston 


Car fell on cape in 


shaft 


9 


1900 


Nov. 9 


Buck fountain 


Mahanoy City 


Explosion of pas 




7 


1901 


Oct. 25 


Buttonwood 


Plvmouth 


-1 11 n 




6 


1902 


Nov. 29 


Luke Fidler 


Shamokin 


.t .1 11 




7 




Dec. 9 


S. Wilkes-Parre 


Wilkes-Parre 


Explosion, powder £ 


dvnamite 


1901a 


Jan. 30 


Maple Hill 


Mahanoy City 


.1 


■ 


5 




May 5 


Lance 


Plymouth 


" MM 


" 


5 




May 5 


Locust Gap 


Locust Dap 


Mine fire 




5 



Accidents In Which Five or More Persons Were Killed, 18U7 - 19$P 



Tear 


Date 


Colliery 


of colliery 


Cause of accident killed 


19014 


May 25 


Williamstown 


Williamstown 


Suffocated by gas from 
mine locomotive 


10 




Nov. 2 


Auchincloss 


Nanticoke 


Falling down shaft 


10 


1905 


Feb. 18 


Lytle 


Miners ville 


Fall of roof 


5 




Mar. 9 


Clear Spring 


West Pitts ton 


Falling down shaft 


7 




Apr. 26 


Conyngham 


Wilkes-Barre 


it tt it 


10 


1906 


May 15 


Shenandoah City 


Shenandoah 


Explosion of powder & dynamite 


7 




Aug. 6 


Susquehanna #7 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1907 


Mar. 2 


Holden 


Taylor 


n n it 


.7 


1908 


June 18 


Johnson #1 


Priceburg 


it it n 


7 




May 12 


Mount Lookout 


Wyoming 


it it it 


12 




May 13 


Prospect 


Midvale 


Fall of roof 


5 




July 15 


Williams town 


Williamstown 


Explosion of powder & dynamite 


6 




Aug. 28 


Warrior Run 


Wilkes-Barre 


Mine cars 


6 


1909 


Mar. 2 


Pennsylvania #LU 


Pittston 


Explosion of gas 


8 




Nov. 9 


Auchincloss 


Nanticoke 


Mine fire 


9 


1910 


Jan. 11 


Nottingham 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Mar. 12 


S.Wilkes-Barre #5 


Wilkes-Barre 


•t n ' n 


7 


1911 


Apr. 7 


Pancoast 


Throop 


Mine fire 


72 




May 27 


Cameron 


Shamokin 


Explosion of gas 


5 




Sept. 12 


Marvine 


Scranton 


Mine cars 


5 




Oct. 3 


Drifton #2 


Freeland 


Cave- in 


5 


1912 


Jan. 9 


Parrish 


Plymouth 


Explosion of gas 


6 


1913 


Aug. 2 


East Brookside 


Tower City 


n n n 


20 


1911 


May 29 


Maryd 


Maryd 


Overwinding of cage 


6 




Sept. 16 


Lehigh #U 


Lansford 


Explosion of gas 


7 




Dec. 9 


Diamond 


Scranton 


Falling down shaft 


13 


1915 


Feb. 17 


Prospect 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


13 


1916 


Feb. 8 


Lance #11 


Plymouth 


it rt n 


7 




Mar. 9 


Hollenback #2 


Wilkes-Barre 


it n it 


6 




Aug. 8 


Woodward 


Edwards ville 


n it it 


6 


1919 


June 5 


Baltimore #5 












(Baltimore Tunnel) Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion, powder & dynamite 


92 




July 8 


Lansford 


Lansford 


Explosion of gas 


8 


1921 


Mar. 9 


Rahn 


Seek 


n tt it 


$ 


1922 


Nov. 3 


Eddy Creek 


Scranton 


Premature Blast 


6 


1923 


Feb. 21 


Alliance 


Middleport 


Explosion of gas 


5 




June 26 


Richards 


Mount Carmel 


n it n 


5 




Dec. 8 


Mount Jessup #2 


Jessup 


Fall of roof 


5 


192U 


June 6 


Loomis 


Nanticoke 


Explosion of gas 


11* 


1925 


May 22 


Woodward 


Edwards ville 


it 11 it 


7 




Aug. 3 


Dorrance 


Wilkes-Barre 


It n w 


10 


1926 


May 6 


Randolph 


Port Carbon 


tt tl II 


5 




July 3 


Pettebone 


Kingston 


it ti it 


7 




Oct. 30 


Susquehanna #7 


Nanticoke 


It It n 


9 


1927 


May 26 


Woodward 


Edwards ville 


Fall of roof, followed by 
ax. explosion of gas 


7 


1928 


May 25 


Baltimore #5 


Wilkes-Barre 


Explosion of gas 


10 


1930 


Aug. 8 


Gilbert on 


Gilberton 


Fall of roof 


8 


1931 


May 29 


Richards 


Mount Carmel 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1935 


Jan. 21 


Gilberton 


GilDerton 


n tl n 


13 




May 7 


S. Wilkes-Barre 


Wilkes-Barre 


Piece of rock fell down 
shaft, struck cage 


7 


1936 


Aug. 2I4 


Clear Spring 


West Pittston 


Explosion of gas 


5 


1938 


Apr. 27 


St. Clair 


St. Clair 


it it it 


8 




June 2 


Volpe 


Pittston Twp. 


tt n it 


10 


19U3 


Sept. 2\\ 


Primrose 


Miners ville 


it n 11 


111 


19U7 


Jan. 15 


Nottingham 


Wilkes-Barre 


it n it 


15 




Apr. 10 


School ey 


Exeter Boro. 


n n tt 


10 




Dec. 11 


Franklin 


Wilkes-Barre Twp. " ■ " 


8 



Stripping Report, By Operators, 19 50 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 


2 


Ace Coal Co. 


U,1U2 


* 


♦ 


26 


Alpec Coal Co, 


25,038 


121 


16 


25 


Banks, Jos., Construction Co. 


55,01*0 


19U 


32 


23 


Bazley, J. Robert 


7,267 


211* 


67 


15 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


8,781 


187 


11* 


1 


Bliss Coal Co. 


5,U15 


131 


7 


1 


Booth, John, Inc. 


U*2,1*9U 


290 


65 


1 


Botscheller Coal Co. 


16,913 


238 


5 


23-21* 


Bridy, Inc. 


8,623 


61* 


20 




it it 


U0,000 


227 


21 


18 


Broad Mountain Fuel Corp. 


1*0,088 


87 


21 


27 


Buck Run Colliery Co. 










Buck Run 


119,109 


181 


70 




Ryan 


19,891 


119 


17 




Total for Co. 


139,000 




87 




Burke, Timothy, Inc. 








1 


Stripping 


10l*,2l*9 


315 


61* 


2 


n 


6,068 


205 


10 




Total for Co. 


110,317 




71* 


23 


Burke-McQrath 
Butler & Kalata 


1,387 


27 


15 


1 


Stripping 


5oo 


15 


5 


3 


tt 


7,532 


123 


13 




Total for Co. 


8,032 




18 


23 


Capitol Coal Co. 
Cap one Coal Co. 


88,001* 


267 


1*0 


6 


Stripping 


3,032 


56 


6 


10 


Miners Mills 

Total for Co. 


10,339 


* 


« 




13,371 




6 


19 


Capparell Contracting Co. 


52,71*7 


178 


71* 


22 


Centralia Mining Co. 


27,398 


82 


17 


8 


C. 4 Q. Coal Co. 


2,232 


75 


16 


19 


Colitz Coal Co. 


93,39U 


221 


57 


15 


Columbia Colliery Co. 


2,h02 


177 


10 


10 


Conlon Coal Co. 


6,707 


* 


* 


25 


Craig & Lyons 


635 


30 


9 


27 


Dando, Jos. P. 


10,267 


162 


7 


1 


DeAngelis Coal Co. 


8U,135 


* 


♦ 


6 


DeRoma Coal Co. 


5,122 


71 


7 


1 


Dewees Coal Co, 


99,11*9 


316 


1*6 


111 


Duryea Anthracite Co. 


1*7,156 


237 


28 


19 


Eagle Hill Coal Co. 


101,506 


191* 


58 


3 


E. &. E. Excavating Co. 


5,1*31 


116 


11 


6 


Frit 3 Bros. Coal Co. 


115 


11 


b 


25 


Fronk, Oeorge 

Gasparini Coal Mining Co. 


158 


8 


5 


1 


Stripping 


2,101 


8 


6 


3 


n 


59,702 


320 


27 


26 


Tunnel Ridge 


72,075 


259 


65 




Total for Co. 


133,878 




98 


1 


Gateway Coal Co. 
Gilberton Coal Co. 


W;55B 


* 


* 


20 


Lawrence 


201,11*1 


205 


159 


22 


Packer f$ 


2,229 


11 


9 




Total for Co. 


203,370 




168 


1 


Gillen Coal Co. 


ML7BH 


* 


* 


6 


aillizzl Coal Co. 
Glen Alden Coal Co. 


86,1*1*6 


218 


16 


11 


Empire-Kidder 


120,358 


266 


70 


13 


Huber 


60,31*2 


261* 


69 


13 


Sugar Notch 


99,116 


276 


37 



Stripping Report, Ey Operators, 1950 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Glen Alden Coal Co.. Cohtd. 








Hi 


Wanamie (Kingston) 


215, 63U 


65 


13 


1U 


" (Biscontini) 


16,621 


269 


51 


15 


Audenried 

Total for Co. 
Gowen Coal Co. 


196,799 


259 


8U 




708,870 




32k 










15 


Gowen 


ul,993 


259 


16 


15 


Western Lehigh 

Total for Co. 
Greenwood Mining Co. 


1x36 


6 


7 




U2,l*29 




23 










5 


Greenwood 


6,1U6 


261 


6 


10 


Laflin 

Total for Co. 
Hammond Coal Co. 


287 


* 


* 




6,1*33 




6 


22 


233,225 


225 


13k 


15 


Harban Coal &■ Contrg. Co. 
Harris & Walsn 


10,325 


119 


12 


2 


Stripping 


906 


15 


U 


6 


■ 


7,366 


166 


10 


7 


IT 

Total for Co. 
Harry E. Coal Co. 


15,53U 


12b 


19 




23,806 




33 










9 


Harry E. 


60,296 


2U1 


11 


10 


Mineral Spring 

Total for Co. 
Hazle Brook Coal Co. 


53,985 


♦ 


* 




111-, 281 




11 










22 


Continental 


112,553 


261 


91 


22 


Midvalley 

Total for Co. 
Heidelberg Coal Co. 


67,279 


236 


36 




179,832 




127 


6 


9,316 


229 


9 


27 


Hill, Thomas 


2,106 


71 


7 


25 


Hinchey & McGinley 
Hudson Coal Co. 


58,723 


229 


30 


10 


Delaware 


26,70U 


* 


♦ 


10 


Pine Ridge 


21,881 


♦ 


♦ 


10 


Laflin 


U7,332 


* 


♦ 


11 


Baltimore 


51,U97 


268 


30 


12 


Loree 

Total for Co. 
Huss Contracting Co. 


18U,718 


276 


96 




33U,132 




126 










19 


Middleport 


108, 90U 


160 


38 


19 


Tamaqua 


89,5U6 


132 


Ul 


25 


Stripping 

Total for Co. 
Hydrotated Anth. Fuel Co. 


97,6U9 


163 


Mi 




296,099 




123 


15 


lt£,#* 


182 


U8 


19 


Jac Coal Co. 


7,000 


♦ 


♦ 


15 


Jeddo-Hi ghland Coal Co. 








15 


De ringer 


20,796 


75 


LU 


15 


Drifton 


65,210 


227 


20 


15 


Eckley 


12,188 


213 


120 


15 


Highland n-2 


332 


32 


5 


15 


Jeddo #7 


170,031 


270 


62 


15 


Stockton 


55,581 


221 


30 


15 


Tomhicken 

Total for Co. 
Jones Coal Corp. 


666 


116 


16 




32U,80U 




267 


26 


l,u35 


Ul 


30 




Kehoe-Berge Coal Co. 








5 


William A 


1,9U9 


68 


7 


5 


Eox Hill 


13,3114 


72 


16 


5 


Hunter 


30,138 


221 


17 


5 


Duryea 

Total for Co. 


U,lj06 


117 


5 




U9,807 




U5 



Stripping Report, By Operators, 1950 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 


20 


Kohinoor Coal Co. 

Kur chock Stripping Co. 


38,686 


176 


63 


15 


Stripping 


29,388 


222 


30 


19 


w 


25,050 


122 


21 




Total for Co. 


51,138 




51 


5 


Lackawanna Mining & 
Construction Co. 








5 


Coray 


86,253 


296 


27 


5 


Sibley 


1,823 


13 


6 




Total for Co. 


86,076 




3< 


15 


Lat timer Coal Corp. 
Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 


120,617 


219 


61 


17 


Coaldale 


280,727 


211 


lh2 


17 


Tamaqua 


260,L23 


205 


373 


18 


Lansford 


500,832 


209 


279 




Total for Co, 


1,0U1,962 




79U 




Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 








9 


Westmoreland 


20,087 


30U 


8 


11 


Franklin 


2,li58 


U3 


2 


15 


Black Ridge 


25,75U 


257 


20 


15 


Cranberry 


63,8h5 


2U9 


30 


18 


Hazleton Shaft 


80,917 


256 


67 




Total for Co. 


193,061 




127 


19 


Linde & Son 


2£,l8£ 


116 


5 


6 


L. K. Coal Co. 
Locust Coal Co. 


102,715 


25U 


31 


20 


Bazley 


Ui6,61-5 


225 


79 


20 


Lubrecht 


33,766 


225 


19 


20 


Yaccino 


63,362 


225 


26 




Total for Co. 


2U3,773 




12U 


23 


Logan Construction Co. 


35,1x26 


228 


23 


15 


Lombardo & Puglia 


200 


20 


7 


2U 


Lower Region Coal Co. 


10,910 


* 


* 


6 


Lynott Coal Co, 


6,126 


81 


11 


22 


Mammoth Coal Co. 


211,265 


176 


267 


23 


Martinez & Broderick 


UO,317 


205 


15 


27 


McCarrick Bros. 


5,100 


6o 


32 


25 


McHale & Santor 


10,07U 


122 


8 


3 


Meadowside Coal Co. 


8U5 


13 


8 


15 


Middle Eastern Coal Co. 
Moffat Coal Co. 


88,Ui7 


186 


39 


3 


Rockwell 


1,137 


U5 


3 


3 


Storrs 


U5,120 


230 


2U 


5 


Hyde Park 


10,811* 


287 


6 


5 


Pyne 


59,068 


228 


25 


5 


Taylor 


17,957 


260 


111 




Total for Co. 
Moosic Mountain Coal Co, 


13U,096 




72 


2 


li,706 


115 


li 


26 


Morea Mining Co, 


123,615 


187 


82 


21 


Morgan, Irvin 


28,212 


207 


16 


22 


Morris Ridge Coal Co. 


89,760 


2U, 


70 


1 


Motley Coal Co. 


I8,lh0 


♦ 


♦ 


Ha 


Mt. Alden Coal Co. 


6,630 


60 


10 


19 


Mountain Top Coal Co. 


208,038 


♦ 


* 


23 


Natalie Coal Corp. 








23 


Natalie 


51,790 


153 


80 


23 


Kenro 


53,339 


118 


70 




Total for Co. 


105,129 




150 


1 


Nayduck Coal Co, 


19,323 


1M 


29 


7 


Newport Excavating Co, 


257,305 


236 


110 


26 


Noakes & Co. 


9,230 


117 


12 


1 


Northwest Coal Co, 


27,3U3 


♦ 


♦ 



Stripping Report, By Operators, 1950 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 


8 


Number Fourteen Coal Co. 
Number Nine Coal Co. 


8,858 


91 


28 


6 


No. 9 


52,577 


239 


5U 


8 


No. 6 


158,093 


215 


62 




Total for Co. 


210,670 




116 




Payne Coal Co. 








15 


Spring Mountain 


79,11U 


239 


85 


15 


Spring Brook 


55,278 


228 


20 




Total for Co. 


13U,392 




105 


26 


Peca Coal Co. 


100,253 


260 


101 


2 


Perry Construction Co. 
Philadelphia & Reading 
Coal k Iron Co. 


61,992 


268 


18 


19 


Oak Hill 


U7,099 


235 


95 


19 


Heck3cherville 


130,123 


2U7 


192 


19 


Eeechw)od 


210,811 


230 


112 


19 


Penbrook 


77,70U 


229 


51 


19 


Wadesville 


236,007 


226 


265 


20 


Shenandoah 


U78,U03 


208 


U5U 


22 


Bast 


125,285 


18U 


71 


22 


Potts 


290, U57 


193 


102 


23 


Locust Gap 


UO,976 


150 


33 


23 


Monitor 


260, U2U 


218 


198 


2U 


Bear Valley 


189,262 


228 


69 


2U 


Hepburn 


37,115 


1U5 


33 


26 


Kni ckerbocker 


17U,81U 


2U8 


152 




Total for Co. 


2,298^80 




1827 


27 


Pioneer Construction Co. 


U2,303 


117 


27 


1 


Pioneer City Coal Co. 


79,332 


* 


» 


8 


P. & J. Coal Co. 


3,U17 


68 


18 


8 


Plains-Hilldale Coal Co. 


28,182 


313 


16 


6 


Popple & Son 


3,000 


115 


It 


22 


Raven Run Coal Co. 


69,632 


237 


3U 


21 


Red Oak Coal Co. 


19,08U 


106 


19 


27 


Rei chneder , Geo r ge 


5,511 


103 


10 


19 


Repplier Coal Co. 


197, U57 


18U 


67 


2U 


Rosini Coal Co. 


55,359 


262 


36 


27 


Romwall Engineering Co. 


2,012 


63 


7 


6 


Russell Coal Co. 


5,Uio 


58 


6 


23 


Sanchez Construction Co. 


25,533 


189 


22 


15 


Sandy Run Miners & Producers 
Scheib & Leitzel 


65,1U8 


25U 


U2 


25 


Stripping 


U,629 


177 


5 


27 


i 


2,h00 


79 


k 




Total for Co. 


7,029 




9 


25 


Schumacher, J. E., & Son 
Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


51,329 


166 


U8 


25 


Stripping 


9,009 


101 


2U 


27 


n 


3,736 


71 


18 




Total for Co. 


12.7U5 




U2 


19 


Silver Brook Coal Co. 


U8,379 


115 


18 


1 


Simpson Coal Co. 


16,5U0 


♦ 


♦ 


3 


Snyder Coal Co. 


825 


U3 


16 


11* 


Stackhouse Coal Co. 


2,975 


200 


7 


19 


St. Clair 

Steam Coals, Inc. 


203,998 


22U 


U5 


2U 


Hickory 


60,661 


200 


25 


2U 


Stevens 

Total for Co. 


31,727 


» 


* 




^2,388 




25 



Stripping Report, By Operators, 1950 



Dist- 




Stripping 


Days 


Empl- 


rict 


Operator & Stripping 


production 


worked 


oyes 




Stevens Coal Co. 








2U 


Dick 


288,513 


1U5 


125 


2li 


Capparell 


7U,521 


Hi5 


30 




Total for Co. 


363,03U 




155 




Stiely, Wellington 








25 


Stripping 


700 


38 


5 


27 


n 


7,277 


199 


7 




Total for Co. 


7,977 




12 


26 


Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 


3,230 


1*2 


2* 


1 


Surace Coal Co. 
Susquehanna Collieries Div. 
M. A. Hanna Co. 


U,103 


65 


11 


Hi 


No. 7 


i5,no 


103 


15 


Hi 


Glen Lyon 


6o,U86 


21*2 


37 


Hi 


Alden 


29,126 


65 


18 


22 


Logan Basin 


137,091 


208 


65 


2U 


Capitol 


22,026 


95 


17 




Total for Co. 


263,839 




152 


21 


S. 4 Y. Stripping Co. 


i8;557 


167 


Hi 


6 


Tamanelli Coal Co. 


U,90li 


51 


6 


22 


Tarrone Coal Co. 


21,26* 


25U 


10 


1 


Tolerico Coal Co. 


23,292 


275 


25 


15 


Trader Horn Coal Co. 


70,9liO 


206 


25 


19 


Tropp, Lawrence 


Ii2,ii90 


258 


19 


3 


Turnpike Coal Co. 


11,812 


156 


2U 


23 


United Stripping Co. 


Hi, 257 


220 


19 


27 


Valley Construction Co. 


3,687 


181 


6 


2 


Village Slope Coal Co. 


3,611 


* 


* 


1 


Waddell Coal Co. 


7,710 


* 


» 


21 


Williams Stripping Co. 


U8,5U5 


231* 


59 


19 


Winton Coal Co. 


21,71*1 


180 


33 


22 


Zimmerman Coal Co. 


312 


8 


12 




REGION 


12,291,325 




8,103 



• Not segregated from mine and breaker employes and days, therefore, not an 
accurate record. 

For names and addresses of stripping operators, see list of all operators, 
general managers and their mailing addresses, elsewhere in the report. 



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Tear 1950 

Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 




General 




rict 


Operator 


Manager 


Address 


2 


Ace Coal Co. 


Enrico Bevilacqua 


Blakely, Pa. 


6 


Adelphia Coal Co. 


Hopkins Morgan, 115 Church St., 


Hazleton, Pa. 


1 


A. & F. Coal Co. 


Richard Fabri 


Jessup, Pa. 


27 


#Alarcon, Frank 


Frank Alarcon 


Reiser, Pa. 


26 


Alpec Coal Co, 


Albert Peca 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


20 


Altamont Coal Co, 


Ralph Tenaglia 


Frackville, Pa, 


2 


A, & R. Coal Co. 


Ralph Riccini 


Jessup, Pa. 


20 


Atkins Coal Co, 


Henry Atkins 


Frackville, Pa. 


25 


Banks, Jos,, Constr'n. Co. 


B. C. Banks 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 


27 


Barba Coal Co. 


Joseph Barba 


Potts ville, Pa. 


22 


Barzak Coal Co. 


Anthony Barzak 


Frackville, Pa, 


23 


Bazley, J. Robert 


J. Robert Bazley 


Pottsville, Pa, 


10 


#B. & C. Coal Co. 


Joseph Monahan 


Mildred, Pa. 


15 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


George Huss 


Ringtown, Pa, 


26 


Becker & Co. 


John Becker 


Mahanoy City, Pa, 


19 


Beckville Coal Co. 


E. X. Leeninger 


Cressona, Pa. 


3-15 


Belle vue Coal Co. 


R. E. Nolan, N. Washington Ave., 


Scranton, Pa. 


22 


# Bender Coal Co, 


John Bender 


Connerton, Pa. 


10 


Bernice "White Ash Coal Co. 


William A. Monahan 


Mildred, Pa. 


20 


Bernotsky Coal Co. 


Joseph Bernotsky 


Shaft, Pa. 


12 


Bird Mining Co. 


Morgan Bird, Jr. 


Plymouth, Pa. 


26 


Biros & Co. 


John Biros 


Delano, Pa. 


25 


Bixler, Oscar 


Oscar Bixler 


Valley View, Pa. 


26 


Blaschak & Co, 


John Blaschak 


Ringtown, Pa. 


1 


Blasi Coal Co. 


Dominic Blasi 


Archbald, Pa. 


1 


Bliss Coal Co, 


George Bliss 


Peckville, Pa. 


2 


Blue Flame Coal Co, 


John Fanucci 


Jessup, Pa, 


25 


Blyler, Roy 


Roy E. Blyler 


Valley View, Pa, 


26 


Boner 4 Co, 


Ray Webb 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


1 


Booth, John, Inc. 


Charles A. Booth 


Carbondale, Pa. 


21 


Bosack Coal Co, 


Frank Bosack 


Llewellyn, Pa. 


2U 


Boelego Coal Co, 


Andrew Boslego 


Kulpnont, Pa. 


1 


Botscheller Coal Co, 


Leo Botscheller 


Dalton, Pa. 


27 


Bowman-Diebert Coal Co, 


Henry Bowman 


-r Valley View, Pa. 


21 


Branch Coal Corp, 


P. J. Goodman 


Llewellyn, Pa. 


27 


Branch dale Coal Co, 


Milet J. Butts 


Pottsville, Pa. 


23 


# Brass Coal Co, 


Leon Brass 


Mt. Carmel, Pa. 


26 


Brehony 4 Co, 


George Brehony 


Frackville, Pa. 


23 


# Brennan Coal Co, 


Thomas Brennan 


Kulpmont, Pa. 


23-2J4 


Bridy, Inc, 


Edward Bridy 


Atlas, Pa. 


21 


Br ilia, John, & Co, 


John Brilla R. D. 1, 


Pottsville, Pa, 


16 


# Broad Mountain Fuel Corp. 


Major Lee White 


Junedale, Pa, 


26 


Brokenshire & Co, 


George Brokenshire 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


23 


Bros clous 9c Rumberger 


Reuben Bros clous 


Shamokin, Pa. 


25 


# Brown, Robert 


Robert Brown 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


27 


Buck Run Colliery Co, 


Allen J. Ryan 


Buck Run, Pa. 


1-2 


Burke Stripping Co. 


Timothy Burke, 


Dunmore, Pa. 


23 


# Burke-McGrath 


John J. McGrath 


Scranton, Pa. 


1-3 


Butler & Kalata 


Edward Butler 


Peckville, Pa. 


9 


Butter Tub Coal Co. 


Martin Sedlock 


W. Wyoming, Pa, 


21 


B. & W. Coal Co. 


Walter Walla cavage 


Minersville, Pa. 


27 


# Cano Coal Co. 


Aurelio Cano 


Miners ville, Pa. 


23 


Capitol Coal Co. 


C. J. Chervanik 


Shamokin, Pa. 


6-9-10 


Cmpone Coal Co. 


Samuel J. Capone 


Luzerne, Pa. 


19 


Capparell Contracting Co. 


Thomas Capparell 


Hazleton, Pa. 


15 


Carbonising Coal Co. 


Ray E. Davie 


Scranton, Pa, 


12 


Carey, Baxter & Kennedy 


W. E. Conroy Box 126, 


Plymouth, Pa, 


22 


# Centralia Mining Co. 


Elmer Christ 


Centralia, Pa. 


8 


C. & Q. Coal Co. 


Daniel Constantino 


Yatesville, Pa, 


21 


Chomack Bros. 


Steve Chornack 


Gordon, Pa, 


25 


Christ, Walter 


Walter Christ R. 


D. Pine Grove, Pa. 


27 


Chyke Bros. 


Charles Chyke 


Tramont, Pa, 


2 


C. & L. Coal Co. 


A. C. Calpin 


Blakely, Pa, 


27 


C. M. St Z. Coal Co. 


Steve Carrol 


Minersville, Pa. 


19 


Coal Rain Coal Co. 


Silvio Ursintin 


Cumbola, Pa. 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 
rict 



General 
'.'ana per 



19 


Colitz <;oal Co. 


15 


Columbia Colliery Co. 


10 


Conlon Coal Co. 


2 


Consagra Coal Co. 


12 


Courtdale Coal Co. 


25 


Craig v Lyons 


15 


Cranberry Mining Co. 


23 


Cull en Coal Co. 


25 


Cutler, Steven 


2 


C. I. S. Coal Co. 


5 


Dalebrock Coal Co. 


23 


# Dallibrida, Frederick 


2U-27 


Bancott Coal Co. 


27 


Dando, Jos. P. 


21 


Dantas, Alfred 


?u 


Dark Corners Coal Jo« 


26 


■Casey 4 Co. 


27 


D. 4 D. Coal Co. 


1 


DeAngelis Coal Co. 


?5 


Ceaven, Cavid 


25 


Deaven, Francis 


27 


* Deitrick Coal Co. 


26 


Dern Coal Co. 


6 


DeRoma Coal Co. 


1-12 


Dewees rros. 


9 


Dial Rock Coal Co. 


23 


Diamond Coal Co. 


2U 


Diminick Coal Sales Co, 


21 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


26 


Draper Contractinp Co. 


2U 


Duke Mining Co. 


10-11* 


Duryea Anthracite Co. 


1 


Dwonczyk Coal Co. 


22 


Dyszel Coal Co. 


2U 


D. & 2. Coal Co. 


19 


Eaple Hill Coal Co. 


27 


Ebert Coal Co. 


1 


Eddie £ Joe Coal Co. 


3 


E. t E. Excavating Co. 


23 


Elgin £ Moleski 


20 


# Engle Coal Co. 


20 


Englewood Coal Co. 


25 


Erdman Bros. 


23 


Exchange Coal Jo. 


2 


Fabri Coal Co. 


21 


Falls Coal Co. 


21 


Fegley 4 Tretter 


22 


Fisher Coal Co. 


5 


Florine Coal Co. 


2U 


Foieri 4 Louis 


26 


Forgot sch & Co. 


6 


# Fritz Bros. 


25 


Frank, George 


1 


F. t W. Coal Co. 


1-3-26 


•asparini Coal Mnp. Co, 


1 


Gateway Coal Co. 


7 


Gaylord Coal Co. 


9 


Genelow Coal Co. 


26 


German Hauling Co. 


1 


Gianforcoro Coal Co. 


20-22 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


1 


¥ Gildea Coal Co. 


1 


Glllen Coal Co. 


6 


Odllizzi Coal Co. 



Frank Colitz 
Frank Neiman 
John Conlon 
Louis Jonsasra 
- Alex oeleski 
George Craig 
Albert Peca 
John J. Cullen 
Steven Cutler 
Anthony ?ardo 
Henry Sindaco 
Frederick Dallibrida 
javi.: Evans, 231 Rock St. 
Joseph P. Cando 
Alfred Dantas 
Peter Fedorsh&i' 
Michael Dasey 
Angelc Declericc 
Joseph A. DeAneelis 
David Deaven El. D. 

Francis Deaven R. D. 

Lewis Deitrick 
Joseph Kluchinsky 
Jonn DeRoma, 22 3. Main St., 
C . K. Dewe es 
Thomas R. Lewis 
Saverio Greco 
Ferdinand Diminick 
Alfred DiRenzo 
Elmer Chri3t 
Joseph Duke, 1023 W. 
Charles Adonizio 
Joseph Dwonczyk 
George Dyszel 

Stanley Diminick Box IIP 

E. P. '.Ihitby 
"/eoree Ebert 
Ranaro Volinaro 
James Bell 
Bolick Moleski 
Joseph Engle 
Russell Tatusko 
Leo Erdman 
Joseph Ccrbaccio 
Richard Fabri 
John Zernheldt 
/incent Fegley 
B. Frank Fisher 
Albert Minichello 
Louis Foieri Box 223, 

Joseph Forgotsch 
Frank Fritz 
George Fronk 
Harry Farnetti 
Gene Gasparini 
Charles Volpe 
Samuel Bird 
Joseph Troyan 
Williard '*rraan 
George Cianforcoro 
blm*r Christ 

John A. Gildea, 6U1 River St., 
Thomas Till en 
Anthony Gillizzi 



Box 1293, 



R. D. 5, 



R. D. 2, 



Potts-rille, Pa. 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 
Hudson, Pa. 
Blakely, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Hazleton, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Ht. Carmel, ?a. 
Goodspring, Pa. 
Throop, Pa. 
Voosic, Pa. 
Keiser, Pa. 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Llewellyn, Pa. 
Cressona, Pa. 
St., Shamokin, Pa. 
Tama qua, Pa. 
Minersville, Pa. 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Bine Grove, Pa. 
Myerstown, Pa, 
Gordon, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
flilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Kingston, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Atlas, Pa. 
Danville, Pa. 
Minersville, Pa. 
Potts vi lie, Pa. 
Shamokin, Pa. 
'.Tllkes-Barre, Pa. 
Peckville, Pa. 
Lost Creek, Pa. 
Shamokin, D a. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Hegins, Pa. 
Peckville, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Kulpmont, Pa. 
Shenandoah , Pa . 
Frackville, Pa. 
Valley View, Pa. 
Atlas, Pa. 
Jessup, Pa. 
Zerbe, °a. 
Minersville, Pa. 
Gordon, Pa. 
Old Forge, Pa. 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Dupont, Pa. 
Valley View, Pa. 
Jessup, Pa. 
Peckville, Pa. 
Dunmore, Pa. 
Plymouth, Pa. 
W. Wyoming, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Archbald, Pa. 
Gilberton, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Carbondale, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 
rict 



Operator 



General 
Manager 



3-7-11-12-13- 

lU-26 Glen Alden Coal Co. 
3 # G. L. & S. Coal Co. 

5 G. & M. Coal Co. 

21 Gontarchick Coal Co. 
25 # Good Peoples Coal Co. 

22 Gordon Coal Sales Co. 
15 Gowen Coal Co. 

2 Gravine Coal Co. 

6 Gravity Coal Co. 
5-10-15 Greenwood Mining Co. 

6 Gregory Coal Co. 
20 Grochowski Coal Co. 
2 G. & S. Coal Co. 
2 Guiducci Coal Co. 

Gulbinsky Coal Co. 

Guzior Coal Co. 

G. W. B. Coal Co. 

Halaburda & Co. 

Hammond Coal Co. 



Henry A. Dierks, 16 S. River St., Scranton, Pa. 



20 
6 
21 
26 
22 

15 

20 

20 
2-6-7 
9-10 

27 

19 

22 
6 

25 

25 

21 

21 

23 

25 

27 

19 
6 

22 

25 

27 

21 
1-2-5-10- 
11-12 
19-25 

15 
21-27 

19 



Louis Giordano 

George Maffei 

Mike Gontarchick 

Harry Wi truer 

Victor Prep 

Elmer C. Roth 

Frank Gravine 

Don Da vies 

John S. Marshall, R. D. 2, 

TVllliam Gregory 

Alex Grochowski 

Leno Giombetti 

Andrew Guiducci 

Julian Gulbinsky 

Barney Guzior 

Joseph Gavaletz 

Edward Halaburda 

R. L. Birtley 



Pa. 



Hanna, M. A., Co. (See Susquehanna Collieries Division under S.) 



Harban Coal & Contrg 
Harras Coal Co. 
Harris Coal Co. 
Harris & Walsh 
Harry E. Coal Co. 
Hatter Coal Co. 
Haven Coal & Supply Co. 
Hazle Brook Coal Co. 
Heidelberg Coal Co. 
Hentz, Reuben, & Co. 
Herb, Allen 
Herb, Austin, & Co. 
Herb & Reed 
Hickory Swamp Coal Co. 
High Test Coal Co. 
Hill, Thomas 
Hillside Coal Co. 
Hillside Coal Co. 
Hill Vue Coal Co. 
Hinchey & McGinley 
Holohan Coal Co. 
Hoover Coal Mining Co. 



Co. 



Joseph Harlam 

Richard Karas 

Alex Harris 

Irving Harris, 37 Lackawanna Ave. 

Joseph Mayers 

Ernest Hatter 

Charles D. Manbeck 

C. A. Garner 

John B. McDade 

Barney C. Marshall 

Allen Herb 

Dan Herb 

Harry Reed 

C. A. Gibbons 

Kenneth Curran 

Thomas Hill 

Pris cilia Norvidas 

Peter Scatina 

Lloyd Neumeister, R. D. 1, 

Jos. Hinchey, Jr. 

Thomas F. Holohan, R. D. 2, 

George Hoover, 118 N. 6th St., 



Throop, Pa. 
Exeter, Pa. 
Minersville, 
Lykens, Pa. 
Frackville, Pa. 
Fern Glen, Pa. 
Archbald, Pa. 
Avoca, Pa. 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Forty-Fort- . Pa . 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
Jessup, Pa. 
Peckviile, Pa. 
Frackville, Pa. 
Dupont, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
New Boston, Pa. 
Girardville, Pa. 

Tamaqua, Pa. 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
, Scranton, Pa, 
W. Pittston, Pa. 
He gins, Pa. 
Tuscarora, Pa. 
Jeddo, Pa. 
Avoca, Pa. 
He gins, Pa. 
Valley View, Pa. 
He gins, Pa. 
Tower City, Pa. 
Nanticoke, Pa. 
Goodspring, Pa. 
Orwigsburg, Pa. 
Tamaqua, Pa. 
Dupont , Pa . 
Ashland, Pa. 
Centralia, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Sunbury, Pa. 



Hudson Coal Co. 

Huss Contracting Co. 

Hydro tat ed Anth. Fuel Co. 

Indian Head Coal Co. 

Indian Run Coal Co. 
20 IvanowskI Coal Co. 

19 Jac Coal Co. 

17 Jackson Coal Co. 

15 Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

6 Jenkins Coal Co. 

2\\ Johnson Coal Sales Co. 

27 Joliett Coal Co. 

22 Jonathan Coal Co. 

2U-25 Jonathan Coal Mininp Co. 

26 Jones Coal Corp. 

26 Jones, John, Coal Co. 

26 Kadelock Coal Co. 

2k K. & D. Coal Co. 

2 Seating Coal Co. 



John M. Reid, U3h doming Ave. 

George Huss 

H. W. Hastie 

Louis Pagnotti 

Edward Garote 

Walter Ivanowski 

George Reichneder 

John Jones 

C. A. Garner 

Joseph Capone 

Franklin 0. Johnson, 523 N. Market St., Shamokin, Pa. 

Louis J. Pagnotti W. Pittston, Pa. 

George Fleming, R. D. 1, Ashland, Pa. 

Arthur P. Faugh, 115 E. Montgomery St., Ardmore, Pa. 



Scranton, Pa. 
Ringtown, Pa. 
Lattimer Mines, Pa. 
W. Pittston, Pa. 
Cressona, Pa. 
Shenandoah, Pa. 
Pottsville, Pa. 
Nesquehoning, Pa. 
Jeddo, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 



John E. Jones 
John Jones 
John Kadelock 
John Dietrich, 
John Keating 



Box U15, 



Pottsville, Pa. 
Mahanoy City, Pa. 
Delano, Pa. 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Throop, Pa. 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 




General 




rict 


Operator 


Manager 


Address 


5-9 


Kehoe-Berge Coal Co. 


John C. Kehoe, Jr., Kehoe Building, Pittston, Pa. 


21 


Keifer, Lawrence & Co. 


Lawrence Keifer 


Branchdale, Pa. 


23 


Keiser, J. B., & Sons 


J. B. Keiser 


Mt. Carmel, Pa. 


26 


Keller & Co. 


Charles Mogish 


Delano, Pa. 


3 


Keyser Valley Coal Co. 


Peter Brojack 


Scranton, Pa. 


21 


# K. & H. Coal Co. 


Carl Herman 


Miners ville, Pa. 


7 


Kingston Excavating Co. 


John B. Corgan 


Kingston, Pa. 


12 


Kingston Mining Corp. 


Morgan Bird, Jr. 


Edwards ville, Pa. 


20 


Klimas Bros. 


George Klimas 


Shaft, Pa. 


19 


K. M. F. Coal Service 


Howard Ortnus 


Middleport, Pa. 


27 


Knorr Bros. 


Leroy Knorr 


Hegins, Pa. 


8 


Knox Coal Co. 


Robert L. Dougherty 


Wyoming, Pa. 


25-27 


Kocher, Leon 


Leon Kocher 


Valley View, Pa. 


20 


Kohinoor Coal Co. 


Robert Birtley 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


20 


Kolis Coal Co. 


Anthony Kolis 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


25 


Koppenhaver, Howard 


Howard Koppenhaver 


Tremont, Pa. 


21 


# Kozura, Mike 


Mike Kozura 


Minersville, Pa. 


26 


Kufro & Co. 


John Kufro R. D., 


Barnes ville, Pa. 


19 


Kur cho ck , Jos eph 


Mike Yaccino 


Hazleton, Pa. 


15 


Kurchock Stripping Co. 


Joseph Kurchock 


W. Hazleton, Pa. 


5 


Lackawanna Mining & 








Construction Co. 


Joseph Grill 


Old Forge, Pa. 


27 


Lamar Coal Co. 


Sol Fox 


Donaldson, Pa. 


12 


Larks ville Coal Co. 


Alex Seleski 


Luzerne, Pa. 


2U 


Latsha Coal Co. 


Daniel R. Latsha, R. D. 1, 


Elysburg, Pa. 


15 


Lat timer Coal Corp. 


George Chisnell 


Hazleton, Pa. 


21 


Laychodc, Peter 


Peter Laychock, R. D. 1, 


Pottsville, Pa. 


5 


L. C. Coal Co. 


Louis Consagra 


Blakely, Pa. 


25 


Legal Coal Co. 


Kenneth Curran 


Goodspring, Pa. 


17-18 


Lehigh Navigation Coal Co. 


D. C. Helms 


Lansford, Pa. 


9-10-11- 






15-18 


Lehigh Valley Coal Co. 


K. F. Arbogast, 133 N. River St 


., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


21 


Lehman, Marlin 


Marlin Lehman 


Tremont, Pa. 


26 


Leitzel & Co. 


L. Leitzel 


Barnes ville, Pa. 


21 


Lengle, Luther 


Luther Lengle, R. D. 3, 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


2U 


Level Coal Co. 


Frank V. Appel, Box U5, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


19 


Linde & Son 


C. Linde 


Pottsville, Pa. 


2U 


Little Chief Coal Co. 


Ed. J. Nalewak, 807 Walnut St., 


Shamokin, Pa. 


21 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


Peter Laychock, R. D. 1, 


Pottsville, Pa. 


6 


L. K. Coal Co. 


John Kaminski 


Dupont, Pa. 


5 


§ Lockett Coal Co. 


Walter Hughes 


Old Forge, Pa. 


20 


Locust Coal Co. 


J. J. Crane 


S henandoah , Pa . 


26 


Locust Valley Coal Co. 


Herman Yudacofsky 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


23 


Logan Creek Construe. Co. 


David J. Pizzoli 


Atlas, Pa. 


15 


# Lombard© & Puglia 


Anthony Lombardo 


Hazleton, Pa. 


2U 


Lower Region Coal Co. 


Modes Foieri, Box 2U0, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


27 


Lucas Coal Co. 


Joseph Lucas 


Lykens, Pa. 


27 


Lucas, John 


John Lucas 


Branchdale, Pa. 


18 


Luzerne— Carbon Coal Co. 


Herbert Ryan 


Hazleton, Pa. 


9 


Luzerne County Gas & Elec.Co 


. Charles E. Warsaw 


Kingston, Pa. 


6 


# Lynott Coal Co. 


Joseph Lynott 


Pittston, Pa. 


21 


Lytle Concentrated Coal Co. 


Hopkins Morgan 


Hazleton, Pa. 


19 


Lohb Coal Co. 


Alfred Clarkson 


Pottsville, Pa. 


27 


Macario Coal Co. 


John Macario 


Minersville, Pa. 


9 


Maffei Coal Co. 


George Maffei 


Exeter, Pa. 


6 


Major Coal Co. 


Adam Major 


Avoca, Pa. 


26 


ff Maksymik & Co. 


Stanley Maksymik 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


27 


Malho Coal Co. 


Anthony 7al->o 


Lavelle, Pa. 


20 


Mallio Coal Co. 


Nick Mallio, 16 N. Lehigh Ave., 


Frackville, Pa. 


9 


Maltby Coal Co. 


Joseph Troyan 


W. Wyoming, Pa. 


22 


Mammoth Coal Co. 


Joseph Mayers 


W. Pittston, Pa. 


25 


Markson Coal Co. 


Edwin A. Y/eyman 


Goodspring, Pa. 


25 


Martin & Keating 


Ralph Keating, R. D. 


Pine Grove, Pa. 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 




General 




rict 


Operator 


Manager 


Address 


23 


Martinez & Broderick 


John Broderick 


Wilburton, Pa. 


3 


# Mascelli Coal Co. 


Enrico Beyilacqua 


Olyphant, Pa. 


26 


Mat ri shin & Co. 


Andrew Matrishin 


Barnes ville, Pa. 


2h 


Maurer Coal Sales Co. 


Charles Maurer Box 318, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


26 


Mazaika Bros. 


Edward Mazaika R. D. 


Tain aqua, Pa. 


1 


Mazzoni Coal Co. 


DeLmo Mazzoni 


Jessup, Pa. 


6 


M. B. Coal Co. 


Stanley Barovitz 


W. Avoca, Pa. 


27 


# McCarrick Bros. 


John McCarrick 


Tremont, Pa. 


25 


# McHale & Santor 


James McHale 


Pottsville, Pa. 


3 


Meadows ide Coal Co. 


Joseph Rosetti 


Dunmore, Pa. 


5 


Merthyr Coal Co. 


William Fletcher 


Carbondale, Pa. 


21 


Michaels Coal Co. 


Harold Fisher 


Pottsville, Pa. 


15 


Middle Eastern Coal Co. 


E. J. Gibbons 


Junedale, Pa. 


19 


Millard Coal Co. 


Joseph Millard 


Miners ville, Pa. 


25 


# Miller, Daniel 


Daniel Miller 


Valley View, Pa. 


25 


Miller, Franklin 


Franklin J. Miller 


Ravine, Pa. 


25 


Miller, Robert 


Robert Miller R. D. 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


27 


# Mine Hill Coal Co. 


Charles Martin 


Miners ville, Pa. 


3 


Minichello Coal Co. 


John Hut chins 


Peck ville, Pa. 


21 


Minnichbach, W., & Co. 


Walter Minnichbach 


Zerbe, Pa. 


26 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


Michael Kotis 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


3-5 


Moffat Coal Co. Interests 


Earl Lamb P. 0. Box U86, 


Scranton, Pa. 


2 


Moosic Mountain Coal Co. 


Leo Giombetti 


Jessup, Pa. 


26 


Morea Mining Co. 


J. D. Connors 


Morea, Pa, 


21 


Morgan, Irvin 


Irvin Morgan R. D. 3, 


Ashland, Pa. 


25 


Morgan, Roy 


Roy Morgan 


Valley View, Pa. 


22 


Morris Ridge Coal Co. 


Peter Mucha 


Mt. Carmel, Pa. 


1 


Motley Coal Co. 


Sandy Consagra 


Carbondale, Pa. 


5 


Mountain Slope Coal Co. 


Luke Keating 


Old Forge, Pa. 


19 


Mountain Top Coal Co. 


Ralph Peters 


Tuscarora, Pa. 


25 


Moyer, Lloyd 


Lloyd Moyer R. D. 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


21 


# M. & S. Coal Co. 


A. J. Schrader 


Miner s ville, Pa. 


Hi 


Mt. Alden Coal Co. 


J. G. O'Hara 


Scranton, Pa. 


21 


Mutual Coal Co. 


Walter Kruzick 


Excelsior, Pa. 


6 


Nardone Coal Co. 


Matthew Macarelli 


Pitt st on, Pa. 


23 


Natalie Coal Corp. 


Peter Mucha 


Mt. Carmel, Pa. 


25 


Nause, Victor 


Victor Nause 


Shamokin, Pa. 


2-3 


Nay Aug Coal Co. 


Patrick Walsh 


Dunmore, Pa. 


1 


Nayduck Coal Co. 


Basil Nayduck 


Mayfield, Pa. 


27 


Neumeister, Irvin 


Irvin Neumeister R. D. 1 


Ashland, Pa. 


7 


Newport Excavating Co. 


L. F. Biscontini 


Nanticoke, Pa. 


26 


# Noakes & Co. 


Jeff Noakes 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


26 


North Mahanoy Coal Co. 


Charles Wozniak R. D. 


Moscow, Pa. 


1 


Northwest Coal Co. 


Albert Mascelli 


Carbondale, Pa. 


15 


Norvidas & Palko 


Theodore Norvidas 


Tamaqua, Pa. 


8 


Number Fourteen Coal Co. - 


— Charles Gelso — ^ 


Pittston, Pa. 


6-8 


Number Nine Coal Co. 


Joseph Mayers, Exeter Ave., 


W. Pittston, Pa. 


21 


Oak Coal Yard 


Ernest landis, 9h3 Center St., 


Shamokin, Pa. 


5 


Old Forge Coal Co. 


Albert Minichello 


Old Forge, Pa. 


27 


Olenick & Sons 


Harry Olenick R. D. 1 


Pottsville, Pa. 


2 


Ondrick Coal Co. 


John Ondrick 


Clarks Summit, Pa. 


2? 


Orchard Coal Co. 


Ross Withelder 


Zerbe, Pa. 


27 


Otto, C. M., & Son 


Herman C. Otto 


Heglns, Pa. 


22 


Otto Collieries Co. 


Paul Williamson 


Ashland, Pa. 


25 


Otto Miners 


Norman Otto 


Heglns, Pa. 


6 


Panzitta Coal Co. 


Domini ck Panzitta 


Old Boston, Pa. 


15 


Payne Coal Co. 


Bruce Payne 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 


26 


Peca Coal Co. 


Albert Peca 


Mahanoy City, Pa. 


27 


Penag Coal Co. 


Edward Twi ggar 


Shamokin, Pa. 


1 


Penbrook Coal Co. 


Richard Fabri 


Jessup, Pa. 


3 


Penn Anthracite Co. 


P. D. Shoemaker 


Scranton, Pa. 


19 


Penna Coal Co. 


Joseph Penna 


Mlnersville, Pa. 


2-8 


Pennsylvania Coal Co. 


R. A . Lambert 


Scranton, Pa. 


27 


Pernick, Frank 


Frank Pernick 


Mlnersville, Pa. 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 




General 






rict 


•Operator 


Manager 




Address 


2 


Perry Construction Co, 


Alex Fink 




Scranton, Pa. 


19-20-22-23 Philadelphia & Reading 








2U-25-26-27 Coal & Iron Co. 


Edward Fox 




Pottsville, Pa. 


21 


Phoenix Coal Co. 


R. E. Wat kins 


R. D. 


Potts ville, Pa. 


26 


Phoenix Contracting Co. 


Bart Herrity 




Ashland, Pa. 


25 


Pine Creek Coal Co. 


Harrison Klinger 




Spring (Ren, Pa. 


22 


Pine Ridge Mining Co. 


Stephen Kotch 




Ashland, Pa. 


1 


Pioneer City Coal Co. 


Angelo Giombetti 




Jessup, Pa. 


27 


Pioneer Construction Co. 


C. D. Stiner 




Sham.okin, Pa. 


8 


P. & J. Coal Co. 


Joseph Sindaco 




Pittston, Pa. 


8 


Plains-Hilldale Coal Co. 


Carlo Saporito 


R. D. 2, 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 


1 


Ploskonka Coal Co. 


Louis Ploskonka 




Peckville, Pa. 


2 


Poinpey Coal Co. 


Charles Pompey 




Jessup, Pa. 


6 


Popple & Son 


Raymond Popple 




Old Boston, Pa. 


10 


Pringle Coal Co. 


M. J. Luksic 


Box 81, 


Luzerne, Pa. 


20 


Pryzbilick Coal Co. 


Andrew Pryzbilick 




Shenandoah, Pa. 


2U 


# Quality Coal Co. 


Clarence Weimer 


Box 288, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


25 


Raudenbush , Jos . 


Joseph Raudenbush 




Williamstown, Pa, 


22 


Raven Run Coal Co. 


C. A. Garner 




Jeddo, Pa. 


20-23 


Reading Briquet Co. 


T. H. Eutcher 




Lykens, Pa. 


19 


Red Oak Coal Co. 


Henry Altmiller 




Hazleton, Pa. 


21 


# Red Oak Coal Co. 


Harold Kalodney 




Pottsville, Pa. 


27 


Reichneder, George 


George Reichneder 




Pottsville, Pa. 


2U 


Reidinger Coal Service 


Victor Reidinger 


Box 62, 


Paxinos, Pa. 


21 


# Reiner & Schellhammer 


Raymond Reiner 




Muir, Pa. 


21 


Renninger Coal Co. 


Ted Renninger 




Zerbe, Pa. 


19 


Repplier Coal Co. 


Ben H. Hay 




Buck Run, Pa. 


20 


Resig Coal Co. 


Luther Resig 




Lakeside, Pa. 


2 


# R. & F. Coal Co. 


Primo Fidatti 




Jessup, Pa. 


25-26 


Rhoads Contracting Co. 


C. E. Machamer 




Ashland, Pa. 


3-6 


Rhonda Coal Co. 


Ray E. Davis, Bowman Bldg., 


Scranton, Pa. 


23 


# Rick Bros. 


Michael Rick 




Keiser, Pa. 


27 


Rickert Bros. 


Mies Rickert 




Valley View, Pa. 


25 


Rigdosh, George 


Earl Bush 


R. D. 


Tower City, Pa. 


6 


Ritzie Coal Co. 


Anthony Ritsie 




Dupont, Pa. 


27 


Rizzardi Coal Co. 


A. H. Rizzardi 




Minersville, Pa. 


23 


Rock Ridge Coal Co. 


Samuel Rumberger 




Shariokin, Pa. 


27 


Romwall Engineering Co. 


J. W. Walesky 




Frackville, Pa. 


2 


Rosetti Coal Co. 


Ubaldo Rosetti 




Jessup, Pa. 


2U 


Rosini Coal Co. 


Reno Rosini 


Box 92, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


21 


# Rowbottom, James 


James Rowbottom 




Pottsville, Pa. 


26 


Royal Anthracite Co. 


Roy Allen 


R. D. 


Tamaqua, Pa. 


6 


Russell Mining Co. 


Stephen DuBernas 




Old Forge, Pa. 


9 


R. & W. Coal Co. 


Samuel Wane 




W. Exeter, Pa. 


26 


Rymar & Co. 


John Rymar 




McAdoo, Pa. 


21 


Sabitsky 4 Co. 


Anthony Sabitsky 




Minersville, Pa. 


1 


Sacco Coal Co, 


Frank Sacco 




Jessup, Pa. 


27 


S. A. & J. Coal Co. 


John Trasatt 




Minersville, Pa. 


21 


Salen & Co., James 


James Sal^n 




Tremont, Pa. 


1 


Salvaggio Coal Co. 


Sam Salvaefdo 




Mayfield, Pa. 


23 


# Sanchez Construction Co. 


Alonzo Sanchez 




Minersville, Pa. 


15 


Sandy Run Miners & Producers Thomas ^orce, 


Jr. 


Freeland, Pa. 


6 


# Saratort Coal Co. 


Peter Saratore 




Dupont, Pa. 


6-8 


Sarf Coal Co. 


Eugene Sarf P. 


0. Box 352, 


Pittston, Pa. 


27 


Saunders Coal Co. 


Salvy Saunders 


R. D. 1, 


Pottsville, Pa. 


27 


Sausnock & Mady 


Edward V.adv 




Pottsville, Pa. 


25-27 


Scheib St Leitzel 


Floyd Scheib 




He gins, Pa. 


21 


Schell & Co., Nathan 


Nathan Schell 




Tremont, Pa. 


27 


Schneck Coal Co. 


Clinton Schneck 


R. D. 1, 


Pine Hrove, Pa. 


25 


Schneck, Thomas 


Thomas Schneck 


R. D. 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


21 


Schrader Coal Co. 


A. J. Schrader 




Minersville, Pa. 


25 


Schumacher & Son, J. E. 


John E. Schumacher 




Pottsville, Pa. 


5 


Schuster Coal Co. 


Henry Schuster, 1021 S. Wvominc 


Ave., Scranton, Pa, 


25-27 


Schuylkill Contract inp Co. 


James V. Ryan 


R. D. 2 


Pottsville, Pa. 


25 


# Schwalm ft Co., William 


William Schwalm 




Valley View, Pa. 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 




General 




rict 


Operator 


Manager 


Address 


20 


Seltzer Coal Co. 


Frank Seltzer 


Frackville, Pa. 


20 


Seroka Coal Co. 


Leo Seroka 


Shaft, Pa. 


25 


Shade, Lawrence 


Clair Harman 


Valley View, Pa. 


2*4 


Sharp Coal Sales Co. 


Robert Sharp, 13 E. Commerce 


St., Shamokin, Pa. 


21 


Sherman Mountain Coal Co. 


Peter Fultz 


Tremont, Pa. 


25 


# Shiley, Harrison 


Harrison Shiley 


Lykens, Pa. 


7 


Sickler Estate 


James A. Bell 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 


19 


Silver Brook Coal Co. 


Joseph J. Crane 


Potts ville, Pa. 


26 


Simoes & Co. 


Manuel Simoes 


Mahanoy City, Pa, 


1 


Simpson Coal Co. 


Steve Yanchik 


Carbondale, Pa. 


26 


Sincavage & Co. 


Charles Sincavage 


Mahanoy City, Pa, 


26 


Skytop Coal Co. 


Daniel Pereira 


Mahanoy City, Pa, 


20 


Slominsky Coal Co. 


Leo Slominsky 


Shenandoah, Pa. 


2 


§ Smargiassi Coal Co. 


E. Smargiassi 


Olyphant, Pa. 


2 


Smith Coal Co. 


John Smith 


Scranton, Pa. 


3 


Snyder Coal Co. 


Nelson Snyder 


Scranton, Pa. 


20 


Snowshoe Coal Co. 


Manuel Delpozo 


Frackville, Pa. 


2 


Sobleskie Coal Co. 


John Sobleskie 


Jessup, Pa. 


111 


Stackhouse Coal Co. 


Richard Bullock 


Shickshinny, Pa. 


2U 


Stanley Coal Co., Inc. 


Kenneth Sperring, Box 282, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


20 


Stauffer & Klimas 


Nelson Stauffer 


Shaft, Pa. 


19 


St, Clair Coal Co. 


H. M. Smyth 


St. Clair, Pa. 


2U 


Steam Coals, Inc. 


H. W. Lark, Box 12, 


Shamokin, Pa. 


26 


Stefaro & Co. 


Michael Stefaro 


Gilberton, Pa. 


2U-25 - 


Stevens Coal Co. - —-George H. Jones 


Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 


25-27 


Stiely, Wellington 


Wellington Stiely 


Valley View, Pa. 


6 


Stodnick Coal Co. 


George Stodnick 


Dupont, Pa. 


25 


Stump, Franklin 


Franklin B. Stump R. D. 


Pine Grove, Pa. 


9-26 


Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 


Joseph Mayers 


W. Pittston, Pa. 


2U 


Sunshine Coal Co. 


Ralph Steinhart Box 206, 


Trevorton, Pa. 


3 


Supreme Anthracite Co. 


Charles Pompey 


Jessup, Pa. 


1 


# Surace Coal Co. 


Frank L. Surace 


Childs, Pa. 


19 


Susan Coal Co. 


John Wa ether 


Frackville, Pa. 


lli-22- 


Susquehanna Collieries Div, 






23-2U 


M. A. Hanna Co. 


C. A. Gibbons 


Nanticoke, Pa. 


6 


Sussex Coal Co. 


C. E. Banker Box 310, 


Pittston, Pa. 


21 


Swatara Coal Co. 


John Butcavage 


Miners ville, Pa. 


22-26 


Swilp Coal Co. 


Joseph Swilp 


Connerton, Pa. 


2 


Swoyer Coal Co. 


Harry Swoyer 


Jessup, Pa. 


21 


S. 4 T. Stripping Co. 


John Shultz 


Hazleton, Pa. 


19 


Tamaqua Coal Pockets 


Donald Warne 


Tamaqua, Pa. 


6 


# Tamanelli Coal Co. 


Velio Tamanelli 


W. Wyoming, Pa. 


22 


Tarrone Coal Co. 


Anthony Tarrone 


Raven Run, Pa. 


3 


Throop Mining Co. 


Louis Falzone 


Throop, Pa. 


1 


Tolerico Coal Co. 


Nicholas Dra gotta 


Archbald, Pa. 


15 


Trader Horn Coal Co. 


D. J. Roderick 


McAdoo, Pa. 


6 


Traglia Coal Co. 


Nick Traglia 


Pittston, Pa. 


19 


Tropp, Lawrence 


Ed. Helfrick 


Miners ville, Pa. 


21 


T. £ T. Construction Co. 


E. J. Taylor 


Tremont, Pa. 


22 


Tunnel Coal Co. 


Frank Mucha 


Frackville, Pa. 


3 


Turnpike Coal Co, 


John Vitali 


Dunmore, Pa. 


23 


United Stripping Co. 


Edward Wascavage 


Natalie, Pa. 


6-8 


Valley View Coal Co. 


John A. Hart, National Bank Bldg., Scranton, Pa. 


27 


Valley Construction Co. 


George Fronk 


Valley View, Pa. 


5 


V. Coal Co. 


Thomas Galbraith 


Mooaic, Pa. 


2 


Venture Coal Co. 


John Federowich 


Jessup, Pa. 


2 


Village Slope Coal Co. 


Louis Coccodrilli 


Jessup, Pa. 


2 


Vispi Coal Co. 


Raymond Vispi 


Olyphant, Pa. 


2 


# V. k L. Coal Co. 


John Vitrioll 


Jessup, Pa. 


26 


Vlasuk & Co. 


Leonard Tokarczyk 


Frackville, Pa. 


22 


V. & W. Coal Co. 


Michael Warcola, R. D. 2, 


Hegins, Pa. 


1 


Waddell Coal Co. 


Peter Brojack 


Winton, Pa. 


27 


Walaitis Coal Co. 


John A. Walaitis 


Frackville, Pa. 


5 


Warnes Coel Co. 


Joseph Warnes 


Old Forge, Pa. 



102 



\9 



Anthracite Operators, General Managers, Mailing Addresses 



Dist- 




General 


rict 


Operator 


Manager 


27 


Wentz Partnership 


Stanley Wentz 


26 


Wesaner Coal Co. 


Lester Wessner 


9 


West Exeter Coal Co. 


Thomas Lewis 


3 


West Slope Coal Corp. 


Harry Cimini 


10 


West Side Coal Co. 


Walter Songalia 


27 


Whiteash & Balsas 


Paul Wiiteash 


20 


William Penn Coal Co. 


George W. Ryon 


21 


Williams Stripping Co. 


Harold Fisher 


19 


Winton Coal Co. 


Joseph Harlam 


21 


Zerbe & Griffith 


Elmer Zerbe 


22 


# Zimmerman Coal Co. 


J. Zimmerman 


25 


Zimmerman, Ray 


Ray Zimmerman 


25 


Zimmerman & Wenrich 


Marlin Zimmerman 



R. D. 



Box 26, 



Marlin, Pa. 
Tamaqua, Pa. 
Wyoming, Pa. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Luzerne, Pa. 
Minersville, Pa. 
Potts ville, Pa. 
Potts ville, Pa. 
Tamaqua, Pa. 
Zerbe, Pa. 
Ringtown, Pa. 
Pine Grove, Pa. 
Ravine, Pa. 



§ Discontinued operation during the year 



U55 Anthracite Operators 



.' 



Compiled, typed: Ber 



103 



Report Covering Mines Baploying Fewer Than 
Five Persons, But Not Fewer Than Two 







Number 


Aggregate 






Non- 






Number 


of 


number of 


Total 


Fatal 


fatal 


Production 


Dist- 


of 


employes 


man-days 


production 


acci- 


acci- 


per fatal 


rict 


mines 


all mines 


worked 


all mines 


dents 


dents 


accident 


1 


18 


Uo 


1,U56 


5,901 








2 


11 


3U 


1,660 


16,232 


- 


1 


- 


3 


5 


18 


391 


2,1*1*1 


- 


- 


- 


5 


8 


23 


7U5 


10,01*7 


1 


- 


10,01*7 


6 

7 

8 

9 

10 


5 


16 


2U5 


1,1*93 


" 


i 


- 


n 

12 
13 
Hi 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


15 
17 


U 


12 


325 


2,395 


- 


- 


- 


18 
19 


68- 


226 


U8,000 


21*8,100 


- 


12 


: 


20 


38 


131 


5,691 


52,625 


- 


12 


- 


21 


69 


23U 


U8,672 


1U6,016 


1 


15 


1U6,016 


22 


69 


261 


58,962 


118,086 


3 


16 


39,362 


23 


79 


280 


U6,320 


108,689 


- 


3 


- 


2k 


100 


3U0 


63,100 


200,821* 


2 


25 


100,1*12 


25 


207 


725 


1U6,3U9 


U68,683 


3 


19 


156,228 


26 


86 


228 


51,872 


81*, 51*6 


ll 


3 


21,137 


27 


152 


U83 


8l,5U6 


21*0, 161 


1 


9 


2U0,l6l 




919 


3,051 


558, 33U 


1,706,239 


15 


115 


113,750 



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REPORT: 



On an explosion of gas 



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PRODUCTION: Of coal, how ahipped to market, amount sold to local 

trade, used at colliery for steam and heat, explosives, 
days worked, employes, fatal and non-fatal (60 day 
disability or more) accidents, man-days, by inspection 
district. 

Deep mined, stripping and bank production and employes, 
by county. 

Total production, washery and stripping production, 
employes, fatalities, production per fatality, fatal- 
ities per million tons, and number of inspectors, 1870 
to 1950, inclusive. 

Of coal, how shipped to market, amount sold to local 
trade, used at colliery for steam and heat, explosives, 
days worked, employes, fatal and non-fatal (60 day 
disability or more) accidents, by operator, for each 
inspection district. 

Operators producing 10,000 tons or over, in order of 
their production. 



EMPLOYES: Inside, by classification. 

Outside, and total number, by classification. 

ACCIDENTS: Fatal, name and address of victim, name of company, 
colliery or mine, date of accident, cause of injury. 

Fatal, causes of, by county. 

Fatal, inside, outside, and total number, production 
per fatal inside, and production per fatal inside and 
outside, by inspection district. 

Fatal, inside, outside, and total number, production 
per fatal inside, and production per fatal inside and 
outside, by operator. 

Fatal, man-hours of exposure, number of lives saved 
during years 1932-1950, compared with years 1927-1931. 

Fatality rate per million man-hours, Line companies 
and Independents. 

Fatalities per million man-hours, by months, three years. 

Fatalities, by months, 19U0 to 1950, inclusive. 

Fatal accidents, in which five or more persons were 
killed, 181*7 to 1950, inclusive. 

STRIPPING t Production, days worked, employes, by operator. 
Production, employes, fatalities, by county. 

MISCELLANEOUS: Twenty- two year study of anthracite, by county, 
production, oaployes, average days worked, fatal 
accidents, man-days, production per fatal, fatalities 
per million man -days. 

List of operators, managing officials, mailing 
addresses. 

Report covering mines employing fewer than five 
persons . 



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